The terms of the lease will dictate the notice provisions for a breach of the lease. The landlord will have to prove the tenant was in violation and she will have some affirmative defenses. But really does she want to live there with that landlord?
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I agree with my colleague that the terms of the lease dictate and the landlord can neither make her get rid of the dog(s) or evict her without going through the proper legal channels.
However, as a practical matter, why in the world would she want to live in that house with that landlord? She should speak with a local attorney regarding her options and plan on moving out. The King County Bar Association can give her a referral: www.kcba.org/
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If she decides to stay, it sounds as though the relationship may end up deteriorating. If the landlord ends up threatening eviction, then your daughter may qualify for free legal representation from the Housing Justice Project.