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question iconHi there, As you know Denver requires a minimum of a 30 day lease if you are renting out a property that is not your primary residence. Would it be a workaround to have all short term guests sign a 30 day lease, and then just release them from the lease early without penalty? Thanks!-Bryon
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Denver does require a minimum 30-Day lease unless you have obtained a short-term leasing license. It is unlikely that the City is investigating to determine if a Landlord enforces the full terms of his lease. However, should the City investigate your rentals because they have information that the rentals are being operated in a short-term fashion, your scheme is unlikely to be as bullet-proof as you may think. If you wish to discuss this in more detail you should contact us to coordinate a case assessment with one of our Landlord attorneys, You can schedule a case assessment 24/7 by calling 303-688-0944 or online

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Bill Henry
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