My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: Washington
I recognize that there is a time line for when carpets will wear down in a rental and should be replaced, as well as how long they should last.
Is there anything that changes that? For example, the typical carpets are usually not walked on 18hrs per day (assumption is adults work and kids are in school) so is there an allowance in the law at all for homebound people who are there 24hrs/day?
Is "normal wear and tear" only granted as typical for "most" people? Is there any case law exceptions for this?
(sorry.. It's 3am and I should be asleep instead of perusing forum threads...)