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On Your Own
Source: Washington State Office of the Attorney General

Provides an overview of issues teens face when living on their own for the first time. Includes information on Apartment Safety, Tenant Rights and Responsibilities, Roommates, Landlord-Tenant Laws, and Deposits and Fees.
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Moving Out
Source: The Tenants Union, Washington State

Information on moving out of rental housing when a landlord fails to make repairs.
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Avoiding Eviction
Source: The Tenants Union, Washington State

Suggestions on what to do if you receive an eviction notice from your landlord.
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Tenants' Repair Remedies
Source: Northwest Justice Project

Outlines the responsibilities of landlords in making repairs to rental properties. Includes information for tenants on courses for action if a rental property needs repairs.
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Your Privacy Rights
Source: The Tenants Union, Washington State

Information on when landlords are allowed to enter rental units, how much notice is required, and what to do if your landlord enters your apartment illegally.
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