The information on this page regards landlord-tenant law only in the state of Washington. Even for Washington, while we strive to keep the content of this website current, the law changes and the content of this page may not be up to date. Also, the information is general in nature and is not a substitute for legal advice about your circumstances.
The three day waste or nuisance eviction notice does not provide an opportunity for the tenant to cure. Examples of waste or nuisance include unreasonable damage to the property, consistently disturbing the peace and enjoyment of others, and drug use. Since waste or nuisance is often difficult to prove it is usually best to serve another type of notice instead of or in addition to the waste or nuisance eviction notice.
It is best to consult with an attorney before considering pursuing an eviction for nuisance. For that reason this is the one Washington pre-litigation eviction notice we do not post on the website.