My tenant lives in the mother-in-law and I live in the main house (same property). Tentant has confessed to me (via lenghty text and email messages) that her boyfriend drugged and stole from her. She is "so scared and terrified of what he's capable of doing next" that she is not even staying/living on the property. She reported the incident to the Sheriff and requested a restraining order against him (Sheriff has been to my property, I don't know if a restraining order was indeed issued). With concern for the protection of my property and my own safety, I have asked her to relocate. I am under the impression that this situtaion is considered a violation of the subjected addendum; she is refusing to move claiming that I am discriminated against her as a domestic abuse victim.
Nope, RCW 59.18.580 is very clear on this issue.
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