My question involves a person located in the state of: Washington
My elderly landlord has on numerous occasions ordered me to direct all questions regarding tenancy specifically to her and not to contact other family members with tenancy questions.
I now have a notification from those family members, and it includes an unofficial piece of paper about power of attorney requesting that I not contact the landlord. It includes an attorneyís name on top and contact numbers, but no signatures or any proof at all regarding their agency.
I am expecting a call from the attorney late tomorrow, but action on my part to protect my tenancy is required earlier in the day. I am inclined to ignore the unofficial ďdo not contactĒ statement and visit my landlord who lives very close to me.
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.