The association, within 10 days after a request by a unit owner, and subject to payment of any fee imposed pursuant to RCW 64.34.304(1)(l), shall furnish a resale certificate signed by an officer or authorized agent of the association and containing the information necessary to enable the unit owner to comply with this section.
For the purposes of this chapter, a reasonable charge for the preparation of a resale certificate may not exceed $275.
The association may charge a unit owner a nominal fee [$100] for updating a resale certificate within six months of the unit owner's request.
The unit owner shall also sign the certificate but the unit owner is not liable to the purchaser for any erroneous information provided by the association and included in the certificate unless and to the extent the unit owner had actual knowledge thereof.
WUCIOA (RCW 64.90) allows for periodic inflationary adjustments to the $275 maximum. RCW 64.34 does not.
Condo Law Group explains: $275 IS. THE. UPPER. LIMIT.
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