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Illegal? Not at the state level. The law does prohibit parking on sidewalks, although it could be argued that what the truck in the picture is doing doesn't meet the definition of "on". RCW 46.61.570: (1) Except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic, or in compliance with law or the directions of a police officer or official traffic ...


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There is no state law that addresses blocking sidewalks: the closest that you can come are the rules against parking in or obstructing designated handicapped parking spaces. Sidewalks are generally within the purview of local government. Again there is nothing relevant that addresses parking. There is code (a chapter) that addresses sidewalks, but those ...


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Note, Washington State Senate Bill 5061 seeks to block certain "untracable" firearms without a serial number. This relates in part to "3D printable" guns, but the act of milling of a 80% lower (in Washington) could be a violation, if and when it passes. But it appears the bill hasn't been made a law yet... Is Washington specific news this issue what drives ...


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As is often the case, the answer is "it depends." In this case, it depends on: 1) When the condo was organized. Washington law says that all condo associations organized after July 1, 1990, "shall be organized as a profit or nonprofit corporation." Since incorporation is a legal requirement for these condos, the Board must file for incorporation, regardless ...


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