Some landlord-tenant issues are easily resolved by problem-solving with at tenant to find a win-win solution. However, depending on the kind of landlord-tenant issue that comes up, a landlord may have certain legal liabilities. Our housing navigators can point landlords to resources that help inform landlord and tenant obligations. A housing navigator cannot provide legal advice and we are not a substitute for legal counsel. For information about landlord and tenant obligations, there are several guidebooks to help. You can also call us at 844-926-6632 to speak with one of our housing navigators for more information.
A Comprehensive Guide for All Denver Renters Including: Youth, Adults, Aging, Immigrants, Refugees, LGBTQ and People with Disabilities.
This guidebook summarizes existing State of Colorado and City of Boulder residential landlord-tenant law.
This guidebook is meant to serve as an information guide to help property managers, owners, and tenants better understand their legal rights and responsibilities, and to build a stronger landlord/tenant relationship.
Colorado Bar Association
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