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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Mechanical Considerations of a Food Truck Business.

Mechanical Considerations of a Food Truck Business Investing in a food truck represents the single largest startup expense for the mobile chef. Cutting corners might seem financially expedient to getting your business on the road, but undercapitalizing your physical premises potentially leads to frequent downtime, costly repairs, and even loss of permits and licenses, all […]

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