Tag Archives: Washington Court of Appeals

Condo Lien Gone Wrong: Summary Lien Procedure used Successfully to Challenge Excessive Condo Lien

ServPro filed a single lien on a condo for water damage remediation work in the amount of $183,945.09 but did not allocate proportionally the amount of its billing among the 20 units impacted. This mistake illustrates the difficulties in getting a lien filed correctly on a condo and the consequences of doing it wrong. Pursuant … Continue Reading

Creative Way to Deal With Easement Dispute Fails

In the recent Washington Court of Appeals case of Buchheit v. Geiger, property owners tried to prevent a neighbor from crossing over their lakeside lot with an antiharassment order.  The neighbor began using the lakeside lot without the owners’ permission, by attaching a floating dock to the lot, storing personal items on it, and walking … Continue Reading
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