Important Housing Law Update
House Bill 19-1118 – Time Period To Cure Lease Violation - Signed into Act: May 2019
Summary: the bill amends the current law to require a landlord to provide a tenant 10 days to cure a violation for unpaid rent or any other condition or covenant of a lease, other than a substantial violation, before a landlord can initiate eviction proceedings.
The following is a link to the Colorado General Assembly website to review HB19-1118 that can provide a summary of the bill and the final text of the bill. For more information please visit: https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/hb19-1118
Forms for Landlords and Tenants
This section provides information and resources for both parties involved in the landlord-tenant relationship. All forms are in Adobe Acrobat format.
- Eviction Process Outline
- Demand Notice for Compliance or Possession
- 3-Day Notice to Quit for Substantial Violation
- Notice to Quit - Month to Month Tenancy
- Notice to Quit - Second Notice
- Instructions for Forcible Entry and Detainer (FED/Eviction)
- Complaint in Forcible Entry and Detainer
- Summons in Forcible Entry and Unlawful Detainer
- Instructions for Mobile Home FED
- 7-Day Demand Letter - for renters who did not receive written notice from landlord
- 7-Day Demand Letter- for renters who did receive written notice from landlord but do not agree
REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE
- Depreciation Schedule for Rental Properties
- Property maintenance inspection checklist
- Sample Check-in/Check-out Sheet
If you have any questions, please contact Community and Neighborhood Resources at 303-651-8444. Visit the Colorado State Judicial Branch for more resources.