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Tacoma-Pierce County Housing Justice Project
Do you need legal advice about a landlord-tenant problem (rental agreements, moving, deposits, foreclosure notices, repairs, eviction, etc.) or any other type of housing issue? Call the Housing Justice Project at (253) 572-5134, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOW IN THE COURTHOUSE -- Wednesday and Thursday
afternoons. If you are facing an eviction hearing, arrive early
to connect with a HJP volunteer attorney. If you are a low-income
tenant, we are there to provide advice and potentially negotiate with
opposing counsel or represent you at the hearing. You do not need
an appointment if you have a Wednesday or Thursday unlawful detainer
hearing scheduled. HJP attorneys are located in the Law Library,
in the Lawhelp Center conference room.
The Home Justice Project - is foreclosure threatening your home?
The Home Justice Legal Clinic for homeowners and renters is the 4th Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.! Click on the logo to the left to go to the Home Justice Legal Clinic page to learn more and call (253) 572-5134 to make an appointment at the clinic.
The presentations below provide basic information about legal rights and obligations under Washington's Residential Landlord-Tenant law. The slides will open in a new window where you may view, download or print the material.
Housing Information & Resources
The information provided on this website is for informational purposes only and is not meant to substitute for the advice of an attorney.
Last updated May 29, 2015