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Withholding Rent

Withholding Rent

Withhold Rent in Colorado Colorado landlord/tenant law was designed to protect both landlords and tenants who engage in a deal. While the initial purpose of the rental is presumably for the benefit of both parties, misunderstandings, disputes, and the like can and do...

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Slander of Title

Slander of Title

The tort of slander of title, codified under the Colorado Code, takes on many forms. It can be similar to libel in that it someone defames property that leads to some sort of damage. In addition to basic libel, the tort of slander of title includes various claims...

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Eminent Domain

Eminent Domain

When the government wants to build a highway, school, or other piece of infrastructure, it has the legal right to take your house and pay you fair market value so that it can do those things. Article II, Section 15 of the Colorado Constitution provides: “Taking...

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Joint Tenancy

Joint Tenancy

Often, a person will draft a will that devises, upon his or her passing, that property or properties will go to his or her heirs as “joint tenancy with the right of survivorship” or similar language. Per the joint tenancy and per Colorado law, each heir owns an...

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Zoning

Zoning

Just because you own a piece of property does not mean that you can do whatever you want on that property. In simple terms, owning a car does not mean that you can drive in any way you want or cause damage with your car. In other words, despite ownership of property,...

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Boom and Bust

Boom and Bust

The current explosion in Colorado real estate prices raises the question of whether the real estate market is headed into a boom and bust cycle. While the local real estate boom is on a grander scale than the national average and the housing bust of 2008-10 was on a...

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Fixtures

Fixtures

One of the most common questions that sellers of residential real estate ask concerns what they are allowed to take with them when they move. Often, people will decorate their houses with specific taste and want to transfer items to their next house. In Colorado and...

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Commercial Leases

Commercial Leases

Drafting a commercial lease is complicated. There are a number of factors to consider and an array of options with respect to structuring the deal. The old “location location location” adage is very much in play when negotiating these leases. This article discusses a...

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Colorado Adverse Possession

Colorado Adverse Possession

Imagine two neighbors, Steve and Paul, live next to each other in rural Colorado. Each landowner owns a large piece of land, where some areas have fences and other areas do not. Their land borders each other’s for a number of miles. Steve decides that he wants to...

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