Contact Information Company Name / LLC Mailing/Billing Address * Right to Counsel - Indigent tenants. Subject to the availability of amounts appropriated for this specific purpose, the court must appoint an attorney for an indigent tenant in an unlawful detainer proceeding under this chapter and chapters 59.12 and 59.20 RCW. The office of civil legal aid is responsible for implementation of this subsection as provided in RCW 2.53.050, and the state shall pay the costs of legal services provided by an attorney appointed pursuant to this subsection. In implementing this section, the office of civil legal aid shall assign priority to providing legal representation to indigent tenants in those counties in which the most evictions occur and to indigent tenants who are disproportionately at risk of eviction. (2) For purposes of this section, "indigent" means any person who, at any stage of a court proceeding, is: (a) Receiving one of the following types of public assistance: Temporary assistance for needy families, aged, blind, or disabled assistance benefits, medical care services under RCW 74.09.035, pregnant women assistance benefits, poverty-related veterans' benefits, food stamps or food stamp benefits transferred electronically, refugee resettlement benefits, medicaid, or supplemental security income; or (b) Receiving an annual income, after taxes, of 200 percent or less of the current federally established poverty level. RCW 59.18.640. * I agree to appear at all court hearing via ZOOM. Does the unit have any deferred or incomplete maintenance? Do you have a signed lease/rental agreement? * Is your tenant using a voucher or subsidy to pay rent?
(Housing Authority, Section 8, HEN)
Does the property receive Section 8 from any resident living on property? Does the property have a mortgage that is owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac?
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Have you increased the rent? Have you accepted cash? * Have you received current months' rent? * Has your tenant applied for rental assistance? * Have you accepted rental assistance? * Has your tenant signed a Repayment Plan Have you accepted rent for anyone who hasn't signed the lease/rental agreement?