Washington Court of Appeals Issues Redemption Act Opinion

The Washington Court of Appeals recently issued a published opinion regarding the application of the Washington Redemption Act (RCW 6.23). The Court’s opinion holds that “a condominium owner occupying the condominium as a residence at the time of a judicial foreclosure of a condominium lien has the right to possession during the redemption period, with no obligation to pay for the value of the occupation.”   Read the article…………..


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