When is a Landlord Allowed to Enter Your Home?   What Does the Law Say? Unfortunately in Colorado there is not many protections for a tenant’s privacy in relation to their landlord. Boulder County and City, along with the State of Colorado, have no statutory language for tenant privacy. However there is an implied covenant […]

Guide to: Landlord/Tenant Security Deposit Disputes and Small Claims Court   Intro The primary reason tenants bring suits against landlords is for security deposit disputes. Many of us are angry when we feel we did not receive everything that we are entitled to. However not all security deposit deductions or withholdings are unjustified. For a […]

Colorado’s landlord/tenant laws give special protections to victims of domestic violence and abuse, including early termination rights. If you are facing a domestic violence situation, and you want to end your lease early and vacate your house or apartment because you fear that you and/or your children face imminent danger, then follow these steps: Write a letter to […]

Spring is the time of year when many college students begin searching for a place to rent for the next school year. For many students, this can be the first substantial contractual relationship that she or he enters into. Lease or rental agreements are  contracts between the lessee (tenant) to pay the lessor (landlord) for […]