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Colorado Eviction Notice Basics

As a landlord, sometimes you have no choice but to evict a tenant. Giving your tenant an Eviction Notice (more formally known as a Notice to Quit or Demand for Compliance in Colorado) is the first step in attempting to remove a tenant from a rental property. Colorado law requires a landlord to give a tenant proper notice before the eviction process can begin. Use a Colorado Eviction Notice if you want to begin the process of removing your tenant.

Use the Colorado Eviction Notice document if:

  • Your tenant has failed to pay the rent.
  • Your tenant has violated any provision of the lease or rental agreement.
  • The lease has expired and the tenant has remained on the property.
  • You wish to end a periodic tenancy (such as month-to-month

    Please Note:
  • You may never forcibly evict a tenant without going through the formal tenant eviction process.

Giving your tenant an Eviction Notice (more formally known as a Notice to Quit or Demand for Compliance in Colorado) is the first step in attempting to remove a tenant from a rental property.


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Colorado Eviction Notice Basics

Giving your tenant an Eviction Notice (more formally known as a Notice to Quit or Demand for Compliance in Colorado) is the first step in attempting to remove a tenant from a rental property.

Use the Colorado Eviction Notice document if:
  • Your tenant has failed to pay the rent.
  • Your tenant has violated any provision of the lease or rental agreement.
  • The lease has expired and the tenant has remained on the property.
  • You wish to end a periodic tenancy (such as month-to-month

    Please Note:
  • You may never forcibly evict a tenant without going through the formal tenant eviction process.
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