Revised Code Washington (RCW)

The Revised Code of Washington (RCW) is the compilation of all permanent laws currently in force in the U.S. state of Washington.

Official Website of RCW:

Revised Code of Washington (RCW)

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In the spirit of property rights and individual rights, here are some RCW’s that raise red flags:

RCW 64.04.130 – Interests in land for purposes of conservation, protection, preservation, etc. — Ownership by certain entities — Conveyances — Definitions.   |    RCW 35.58.180 – General powers of corporation   |   RCW 35A.35.010 – Joint facilities and agreements.   |  RCW 35A.11.040 – Intergovernmental cooperation and action.

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An RCW to be worried about

Washington State Legislature:

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Washington State Senate:

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Other Information Resources:

Washington Courts:

Washington State Courts – Court Rules

Washington State Courts: Washington State Court Rules

Citizens’Alliance for Property Rights:

CAPR Home Page

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Washington State Building Code:

SBCC – Home

Rulemaking Update:and the 2015 Washington State Energy Code. The SBCC has adopted the 2015 editions of the IBC, IRC, IFC, IMC and UPC with state amendments; The 2015 codes are effective on July 1, 2016.

Washington Farm Bureau:

http://wsfb.com/

Small Forest Landowners Office:

http://www.dnr.wa.gov/BusinessPermits/Topics/SmallForestLandownerOffice/Pages/fp_sflo_overview.aspx

HOA-USA:

HOA-USA

HOA-USA is dedicated to providing resources that promote a better understanding of town home, condominium, and single family homeowner associations in the United States.

 

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