Why eviction?

The rent is not paid, the lease terms were violated and your tenant is breaking the law. No landlord enjoys the process, but a legal eviction is a valuable tool for protecting your property and your investment.

How eviction works

Eviction starts with using the right forms and getting educated about the eviction process. Eviction is a series of legal steps that must be completed on time and in order. Bradford’s books and Colorado-specific legal forms provide the most up-to-date paperwork to complete the process, including notices to quit, summons, complaints and orders for judgment.

Educating Yourself About Eviction

Conducting an eviction might sound easy, but Colorado law gives tenants significant rights. If you don’t follow the legal eviction process exactly, tenants can object and lengthen their stay in your property. Whether you are a new landlord, an attorney or an experienced property manager, the Landlord and Tenant Guide to Colorado Leases and Evictions gives you the most up-to-date legal information, a detailed explanation of lease clauses, and a step-by-step guide through the eviction process.

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Guideline to Answer (Under Simplified Civil Procedure)


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