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May 29, 2020
SEATTLE (AP) — A Nevada-based property management company that issued eviction notices to tenants in Tacoma during the coronavirus pandemic has agreed to pay nearly $350,000 to resolve a lawsuit filed by Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
The money includes nearly $300,000 for tenants in the form of refunds, payments and rent forgiveness.
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