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Tenants can sue landlords in small claims court for the return of their deposit, up to a dollar amount of $7,500. See Filing a Security Deposit Lawsuit in Colorado Small Claims Court for advice for tenants filing suit.
Occupancy standards are rules about the number of people that can live in a bedroom or at a property. These standards are usually based on the number of bedrooms at a property, but they can also take into account the total amount of liveable square footage.
It is never legal for a landlord to evict a tenant without a court order. The period for a Notice to Quit is 3, 21, 28, or 91 days, depending on the length of tenancy and how much notice is included in the lease. (Colorado Revised Statute 13-40-107.)
Landlord harassment is when the landlord creates conditions that are designed to encourage the tenant to break the lease agreement or otherwise abandon the rental property that he or she is currently occupying.
Not getting most of the deposit back is a huge red flag. Late payments are also a problem. Terminating a lease early is a problem. Not giving proper notice is an issue.
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1. Two persons per bedroom (but excluding children under the age of twelve); or 2. The maximum occupancy limits for residential dwellings established by the Uniform Housing Code, as adopted in LVMC Chapter 16.20.
Colorado Revised Statute section 38-12-503 sets forth situations that violate the warranty of habitability, including the presence of hazardous mold, lack of weather protection, lack of running water, insufficient heating, and anything else that materially interferes with the tenants life, health, or safety.
Notice Requirements for Colorado Landlords A landlord can simply give you a written notice to move, allowing you 21 days as required by Colorado law and specifying the date on which your tenancy will end.
If the problem docHubly interferes with your life, health, or safety, your landlord must start taking action within 24 hours of getting the notice. For other, less urgent issues, the landlord must start taking action within 96 hours (4 days)
Tenants. Tenant rights state that they may exercise their right to habitable housing whenever they consider it appropriate; this includes asking for utilities in good condition, getting repairs in a reasonable amount of time, and collecting their security deposit once they leave the premises.

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