Landlords facing the process of evicting a tenant are often hesitant regarding hiring an attorney in hopes to save expenses. However, Colorado Statutes provide for attorneys fees to be awarded to successful landlords, subject to certain exceptions.
Every lease agreement carries with it an implied warranty of habitability. That is, the landlord warrants to the tenant that the premises leased to the tenant for the purpose of habitation is in fact suitable for human habitation. This does not need to be written in your lease in order to be in effect; the implied warranty of habitability is implied in every lease agreement.
Subsequent violations of a lease contract are grounds for an eviction in Colorado under statute. However, those subsequent evictions only qualify for eviction when it can be shown that the previous violations were given the same treatment as the notice requirements under law.