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Since landlords own the property you're living in, they do have the right to sell it whenever they want. Still, that doesn't mean that they can just kick their renters or tenants to the street immediately or mess with your security deposit. Tenants have rights, too!
Is the Colorado Lease Agreement Legally Binding? Verbal agreements are usually hard to prove once an incident happens, which is why the state recommends putting all contracts in writing. To make their lease agreement legally binding, both parties need to sign and date it.
A landlord can break a lease for two reasons\u2014a tenant's lease violation or an early termination clause in the agreement. For example, the landlord can evict a tenant for unpaid rent or breaking another rental lease clause. Also, a landlord can end the lease to sell, renovate, or move into the rental property.
In Colorado, the only way a landlord may terminate the remainder of the tenant's lease term and evict the tenant from the rental premises is through a forcible detainer suit. A forcible detainer suit requires the landlord to obtain a court order, requiring the tenant to vacate the property.
Landlords. According to housing laws in the state of Colorado, landlords must provide a habitable unit for every tenant. A landlord has to ensure that the utilities are in good condition before leasing their property; these utilities include running water, electrical wiring, heating systems, plumbing, fixtures, etc.
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In most cases, unless your lease specifically allows you to end your tenancy early, you cannot get out of your lease without the landlord's agreement (with a few exceptions, see below). If you move out before the lease ends, the landlord may have a right to collect rent from you until the end of the lease term.
Yes. Under what's known as a Section 21 'no-fault' eviction. It means landlords can evict tenants even if they have done nothing wrong after their fixed-term contract has come to an end, so long as they give them two months' notice.
You have a right to remain in the property for the entire fixed term period. The landlord, who purchases the property is forced to accept the sitting tenant at least until the fixed term is over. The landlord can still use eviction procedures against you, but they need to follow the established rules.
A landlord needs to give a written notice to the tenant to move-out allowing 21 days for the tenant to vacate \u2013 specifying the exact date on when the tenancy will end.
Some purchasers will not want to complete the sale until the tenancy has been ended and will put pressure on the landlord to evict any sitting tenant. Landlords do not need a reason to evict a tenant whose contract has expired, but must still provide 12 weeks' notice and follow the proper legal procedures.

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