Washington Residential Eviction Notice Forms (local forms required in some cities)

“14 Day” Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate

“10-Day” Notice to Comply or Vacate

Notice to Terminate Tenancy (“20-Day” Notice)

Seattle Eviction Notice Forms 

Seattle eviction law requires specific information and some mandatory language. 

Seattle Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate (Seattle “14-day” Notice)

Seattle Notice to Terminate Tenancy (Seattle “20-day” Notice)

 

Tacoma Eviction Notice Forms

For use in residential tenancies in Tacoma.

Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate

Serve Both:

Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate Resources Summary[from City of Tacoma website]

14-day Notice To Pay Rent or Vacate

Notice to Comply or Vacate

Serve Both:

Notice to Comply or Vacate Resources Summary [City of Tacoma website]

“10 Day” Notice to Comply or Vacate

Notice to Terminate Tenancy

The landlord must give at least 60 days notice in Tacoma. Note that the termination date must be the last day of a rental period (typically a calendar month), not 60 days from the current date.

Serve Both:

City of Tacoma Resources Summary-Notice to Terminate Tenancy [City of Tacoma website]

Tacoma “60 Day” Notice to Terminate Tenancy


These residential eviction forms are based on Washington state and local law.  Our eviction notice forms have detailed instructions, but that is not a substitute for legal advice. 

Eviction Forms in one state or local jurisdiction may not be proper in another. The selection, completion, and manner of serving forms are all very important. Mistakes can affect an evict action in court. 

For commercial tenancies see our commercial eviction notice forms.