EVICTIONS – PART 2 OF 3 – FILING SUMMONS, COMPLAINT AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE

After properly serving a tenant the proper Notice to Vacate (3-Day, 10-Day, or 20-Day), and allowing the prescribed time to elapse, a landlord may begin eviction proceedings in court if the tenant fails to vacate.  The process begins with two documents (pleadings) and one hearing.  After you draft and file a Summons and Complaint, you […]

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EVICTIONS – PART 1 OF 3 – CONTENT & SERVICE OF EVICTION NOTICE

The prospect of resorting to a legal remedy to remove a tenant makes most landlords a bit queasy. In Washington, evicting a tenant that refuses to vacate of his own accord often proves a tedious and convoluted chore because statutes, their interpretation, and the general public sentiment tend to favor the tenant. No one wants […]

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Food Management & Operations for Food Trucks

Good Food or Safe Food Avoiding litigation and complaints over food and its preparation keeps you in business and keeps the food truck industry generally well-received. One bad food truck can affect the local industry so helping motor each other provides some assurance you remain in business. When creating a menu, a food truck chef […]

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Contracts Basics

BASICS of CONTRACTS and PROMISSORY NOTES Contract Ingredients. Contracts and promissory notes come in many forms. Sometimes they amount to no more than a single page or a verbal agreement between two parties and others require reams of paper and government approval of every clause. Regardless, at their very core, every contract requires three ingredients: […]

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