Colorado Lease Termination Letter (Notice to Quit) Form Mobile App
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The Colorado Lease Termination Letter (Notice to Quit) app is a form letter that a landlord can send to a tenant (or tenants), and any other occupants of a rental property notifying them that the tenancy of the land and premises that they currently occupy is terminated.
How does it work?
The form has fields for the address and location of the rental property, and specifies the grounds under which the termination is being carried out. Lease agreements, and local/state laws, often have provisions that allow a landlord to provide a notice to quit to a tenant in order to commence the process to terminate the lease. The letter of termination specifies the date and time by which the tenant must vacate the premises. Additionally, Colorado statute is cited in the letter, and a copy of the legal statutes regarding the termination of a lease are included with the form so that the tenant is made aware of their rights, and can seek legal advice, or consult with a local housing authority, if they plan to oppose the lease termination. Calculating the date by which a tenant must move out is done by the duration of their tenancy - those in the rental property for less than a week are entitled to one day's notice, while those residing in the property for a year or more are entitled to a 91-day notice. This form does not touch on a tenant's security deposit, or move-out inspection - these should be arranged with a tenant after serving the lease termination notice.