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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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Marijuana Affects the Rental Market

Colorado is clearly a leader in the pot market. With the legalization of Marijuana came new real estate opportunities for those in Colorado. It created a market for recreational drugs that is unique, bringing in a surge of new customers into the state. It has also...

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Mineral Rights in Colorado

Technological advancements have dramatically changed both the economic and political climates of American energy policy. In the 1990s, there was significant concern about U.S. energy policy because so much fuel was imported from the middle east. While the U.S. had...

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Anticipatory Breach

Anticipatory Breach

Depending on how you look at it, it is an exciting time for Colorado real estate. The increase in buying and speculation is fueling a soaring market. Denver area new home construction is at all-time high levels while the purchase price for residential properties...

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Colorado Water Rights

Water is a finite and valuable resource. When developers seek to build, be it commercial or residential, they must obtain water rights. Due to its finite nature and importance, obtaining water rights is not easy.Basic Water lawThe Colorado Constitution mandates the...

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Power of Sale Foreclosure

Generally, mortgage lenders holding a claim against a defaulting mortgage borrower will go to court to enforce their rights. Under the watchful eye of a court, the lender will start the foreclosure process, which is regulated under Colorado law. This is known as a...

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