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What is a Notice to Quit for Substantial Violation used for?

Answer: This notice is used to notify a tenant that his right to remain in possession of the rental unit will end because the tenant, a member of the tenant’s household, the tenant’s guest or an invitee of the tenant has committed a violent or drug-related felony at or near the rental unit. It may also be appropriate if a crime-free lease addendum was signed and a lesser crime occurred.

The Colorado Judicial Conference occurs September 21 to 23. Some courts will be closed and others will provide limited services during this annual meeting of all Colorado judges. It is possible that it will delay your pending cases.

Reminder: If you’d like to check the status of your pending eviction cases online, we have a web portal you can use to do that. Contact our office for more information.

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