(WA) Supreme Court Decides Bilanko – Upholds Rental Cap That Was Challenged Too Late

The Washington State Supreme Court has just issued its much anticipated ruling in Bilanko v. Barclay Court, dismissing a rental cap lawsuit an owner filed more than one year after the rental cap amendment had been recorded. This decision protects rental cap amendments that were not challenged within one year (for New Act condos) or six years (for Old Act condos) of the date the amendment was recorded. The decision provides these answers to these questions.   Read the article………..


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