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Habitability & Commercial Property

Tyson & Mendes defends property owners in litigation arising from habitability claims brought by tenants. The firm commonly handles and has a successful track record defending claims arising from:

  • Failure to protect against the elements, such as a leaky roof or broken window
  • Insufficient heating, including hot and cold running water
  • Electrical issues, such as insufficient electricity or poor electrical wiring
  • Sanitation issues, including problems arising from waste or pests
  • Failure to keep the unit and building in good repair, including the stairways and common areas
  • Appropriate security measures for the property

Our habitability team defends these and many more habitability claims on behalf of individual and commercial landlords with a demonstrated history of successful results.

One For the Landlords in Washington

Author: Michael Kutzner | October 29, 2021 9:00am
Landlord and tenant law in Washington usually favors the tenant.  However, a tenant can be the disfavored party when a clearly written, easily interpreted contract is involved.  In Spokane Airport Board v. Experimental Aircraft Association, Chapter 79, the Washington Supreme Court adhered to the contract in question, siding with the landlord.
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