New Law Changes What Can be Included in a Lease in Colorado

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By: Bill Henry
PublishedDec 1, 2021
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Are You a Landlord Facing a Lawsuit?

If you’re a landlord, it’s important to keep up with the current lease regulations.

Landlord Law Changes

Changes to Lease Laws in Colorado

It’s fairly common for landlords to use leases they’ve purchased online or even ones they have drafted from scratch themselves. If you’re a landlord who utilizes these types of leases, you definitely need to be aware of the new laws that took effect on October 1, 2021.

Late Fees

Residential leases require that the late fees be kept at the greater of 5% of the past due amount, or $50. Landlords in violation of this and many other statutory provisions will be at risk of potential liability.

In order to protect yourself, you should make sure your leases are as current as possible.

Get Help with the New Lease Laws

Our Evictions & Landlord-Tenant Law attorneys can help you ensure that your leases meet current regulations. Call 303-688-0944 to start your case assessment.

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