Washington Court: Leasing Restriction on Homes Does Not Apply to Condominiums

The Washington Court of Appeals ruled in a recent unpublished opinion that a leasing restriction on “single-family homes” contained in the declaration of a master community does not apply to condominiums within that community. The Court reached its decision by closely examining the declaration’s definitions section.    Read the article……….


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