Restrictive Covenants: The Impact on Washington Condo Owners

In 2017, the Washington Supreme Court issued a significant decision related to restrictive covenants affecting condominium units. It reaffirmed the importance of timely challenging of an amendment to condominium covenants, in particular for a restrictive covenant imposing a rental cap restriction. However, the Supreme Court also left unanswered some questions regarding the percentage approval necessary for a condominium association to pass such a restrictive covenant.     Read the article…………….


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