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.
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.
Security deposits for commercial, residential, agricultural, and recreational leases are strictly regulated in Colorado. While these deposits help the landlord to cover damages or other expenses that may be incurred due to tenant departure, tenants are entitled to the return of monies not properly accounted for.
Colorado landlords and tenants have options when it comes to installing electric vehicle charging stations on their residential property rentals. Before deciding if the tenant or the landlord should be responsible for paying for the installation of the charging system, consult your lease and a Colorado Lease Lawyer for more information.