A lease is a contract under Colorado landlord tenat law, and is as legally binding as any other contract. However, it is only binding to a point. Don't want to experience the eviction process in Colorado? Then read on and learn about the...
Ten Common Rules Broken Under The Landlord Tenant Laws - Colorado
Causing disturbances or a nuisance to neighboring properties –
Subletting without notifying the landlord (you might be better served by knowing how to terminate a lease than illegally subletting) –
Failing to maintain the property as required –
Redecorating without permission –
Allowing persons unknown to the lease to move in –
Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, you want to make sure you have read the lease and that you have complied with its provisions. Make sure both parties understand the rules. The lease should also clearly spell out the penalties for violations. Click the button below to download a list of the landlord tenant laws in Colorado.
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