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$35 Washington Eviction Kit: King County Forms and Instructions

Available for purchase in-person only at the Public Law Library of King County.

This eviction form kit was drafted by an attorney who frequently practices landlord-tenant law in King County, Washington and surrounding counties. Although the eviction  kit has detailed instructions, use of a kit is not substitute for legal advice.

Copyright 2015 Washington Eviction Kit LLC.

$27 Garnishment Kit: Clark County Process to Collect an Unpaid Judgment

Available for purchase in-person only at the Public Law Library of King County.

Use this kit to process to collect an unpaid judgment in Clark County, Washington.

This packet was written specifically for Clark County. The garnishment process is based on state laws. If you are using this outside Clark County, ignore references to days and times specific to Clark County and contact your local court for information specific to your county. The forms include a blank space along the top to insert the name of your county.

Kit last updated July 2012.

$15 Initiate a Claim on a Contractor’s Bond: King County Superior Court Instructions and Forms

Available for purchase in-person only at the Public Law Library of King County.

Use this packet to initiate a claim against a contractor (or subcontractor) bond. If a contractor (or subcontractor) breaches a construction contract or performs inferior or negligent work, homeowners and other authorized parties have the option of making a claim against the contractor’s bond.

This packet was written specifically for King County Superior Court. The claim on a contractor’s bond process is based on state laws. If you are using this outside King County, contact your local court for information specific to your county.

Packet last updated April 2017.

$15 How to Restore Your Firearm Rights in Washington

Available for purchase in-person only at the Public Law Library of King County.

Petitioning the court to restore your right to possess a firearm is complicated. It is not always possible to reinstate your rights. To see if you qualify, review Chapter 9.41.040 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) or contact an attorney. If you are prohibited from possessing a firearm due to multiple convictions, then you must restore your right to possess a firearm for every conviction.

If after reviewing the Revised Code of Washington and/or consulting an attorney you believe you are eligible to reinstate your right to possess a firearm, then you can use this packet to complete the process.

This packet was written specifically for Washington. If you are prohibited from possessing a firearm under Federal law or in another state, restoring your right to possess a firearm in WA will not change those prohibitions.

Packet last updated June 2017.

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