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2019 Revised Code of Washington
Title 64 - Real Property and Conveyances
Chapter 64.36 - Timeshare Regulation.
64.36.120 Good faith required—Provision relieving person from duty prohibited—Out-of-state jurisdiction or venue designation void.
Universal Citation: WA Rev Code § 64.36.120 (2019)
RCW 64.36.120 Good faith required—Provision relieving person from duty prohibited—Out-of-state jurisdiction or venue designation void.
(1) The parties to a timeshare agreement shall deal with each other in good faith.
(2) A timeshare promoter shall not require any timeshare purchaser to agree to a release, assignment, novation, waiver, or any other provision which relieves any person from a duty imposed by this chapter.
(3) Any provision in a timeshare contract or agreement which designates jurisdiction or venue in a forum outside this state is void with respect to any cause of action which is enforceable in this state.
[ 1983 1st ex.s. c 22 § 12.]
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