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Hi and welcome to JA. Ray here to help you.Can you post the forcible entry and detainer petition from form packet so I can edit it, thanks.
Either one can hear it.
Jurisdiction of district and superior courts.
The district or superior courts of this state may exercise jurisdiction over any landlord or tenant with respect to any conduct in this state governed by this chapter or with respect to any claim arising from a transaction subject to this chapter within the respective jurisdictions of the district or superior courts as provided in Article IV, section 6 of the Constitution of the state of Washington.
The plaintiff in his or her complaint, which shall be in writing, must set forth the facts on which he or she seeks to recover, and describe the premises with reasonable certainty, and may set forth therein any circumstances of fraud, force or violence, which may have accompanied the forcible entry or forcible or unlawful detainer, and claim damages therefor, or compensation for the occupation of the premises, or both; in case the unlawful detainer charged be after default in the payment of rent, the complaint must state the amount of such rent. A summons must be issued as in other cases, returnable at a day designated therein, which shall not be less than seven nor more than thirty days from the date of service, except in cases where the publication of summons is necessary, in which case the court or judge thereof may order that the summons be made returnable at such time as may be deemed proper, and the summons shall specify the return day so fixed.
No problem, here are flat fee lawyers that would file and appear for you..
Yes and appear as well with you at hearing here.They would draft it to your facts.You might want to check them out and get a fee quote.
ITs flat fee where they do everything here for one fee, at least see what they want for your situation.It is unique here.
No problem, I appreciate the chance to help you .