does the law in Washington state require apartment buildings to have one parking space per apartment.Apartment owners are trying to take parking space away from people who don't have a car even though it had parking place for over 20 years.
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Washington
talking to them but it does no good?
Thank you for using Just Answer. If you require clarification, please feel free to post a follow up question.It would be addressed in the lease. There is no statute or ordinance which requires that all apartments come with a parking space.
There is no requirement that an apartment be assigned a parking space unless it is in the lease or, if a condo, assigned to the unit in the declaration. Is some other information you need?
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