Denver Eviction Attorney

Attorneys Fees in an Eviction: Residential, Commercial, Agricultural Rules

Attorneys Fees in an Eviction: Residential, Commercial, Agricultural Rules

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.  

Landlord’s Defenses to Claims of a Breach of the Warranty of Habitability

Landlord’s Defenses to Claims of a Breach of the Warranty of Habitability

Landlords facing any claim of the breach of the warranty of habitability may have defenses available to the action by their tenant.  Some defenses are provided by statute, where certain defenses and limitations on tenant actions and remedies are specifically enumerated.

What Is a Substantial Violation of a Lease and Can I Evict My Tenant if They Commit One?

What Is a Substantial Violation of a Lease and Can I Evict My Tenant if They Commit One?

Substantial Violations of a lease agreement in Colorado are grounds for eviction by statute.  Colorado Leasing Attorney Nathaniel Gilbert can help landlords determine the standard and process for this type of eviction from residential, commercial, and agricultural properties.

How Do I Send A Notice of Eviction To My Tenant (Demand for Possession)?

Landlords who perform their own evictions may run into more problems than they anticipate regarding a notice of eviction.  Colorado laws regarding the written demand for possession are strict, and must be strictly complied with or the eviction case may be dismissed.