Oh, even better, you can get relocation money for this. Here is how you do it: Start with a letter to your landlord stating what you said here. Then go on line to the City of Seattle's Building and Land Use Department and file a complaint on the Code Violation page. Then you need to cooperate with the City Inspector to get an inspection set up. If the City agrees with you, your landlord is going to have to pay you three month's rent, plus any pre-paid rent and your deposit in certified funds within seven days so you can move. Don't forget to inventory and ask for replacement costs for your upholstered furniture, which you can't take with you because it probably has bedbugs in it.
The RLTA says that contract provisions that are inconsistent with the RLTA are "void as against public policy and shall be unenforceable" see RCW 59 18 230. You are not responsible for controlling infestations, the landlord is, and they cannot change the law to suit themselves no matter what your contract says.
I have a legal guide linked to my page on this subject and I hope it helps you.
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