The Washington Supreme Court ruling in this long running lawsuit was filed yesterday in favor of Vacation Rental Owners.  Their conclusion:

“The trial court properly excluded inadmissible testimony offered by the
Association and granted summary judgment in favor of the Wilkinsons. The
covenants in effect before the 20 11 amendment allowed Chiwawa homeowners to rent their homes without limitations on duration. Such short-term rentals do not violate the ban on commercial use or the requirement that structures be suitable for single-family residential use. Because a durational restriction on rentals would be inconsistent with the 198811992 covenants, it cannot be adopted by a simple majority vote of Chiwawa homeowners. Therefore, the 2011 amendment barring short-term
rentals was invalid. We affirm.”
Read the full ruling at the link below: