To maintain proper function of this water system, the tank needs to be kept with a adequate amount of water in it. The water pump will pressurize the system as long as there is water. If water runs out, the pump will run dry until it overheats and breaks. The water pump system was verbally... Read more »
You have a good argument, but you will likely also have the burden of proof and the Tenant may deny that they let the water reservoir run dry. You'll have to prove that the failure was caused by an overheat condition which could only occur if the reservoir was dry. This is beyond normal wear and...Read more »
This is dependent upon the specific language in the Covenants. Generally, an HOA would have the right to demand the owner spray and to enter and spray if the owner fails or refuses and to fine owner and assess costs to owner. But, you should get a specific reading of your documents before you...Read more »
Can you postpone the closing without penalty? If you can get the Seller to agree to an extension, yes. However, if Seller will not agree then you can refuse to close and will likely suffer the loss of your earnest money and any other penalties which the contract contemplated.
I am under contract to sell my condo, and the Buyer is sending a notice to terminate the contract because they don't like the HOA interaction they have had with some questions. Is that grounds for them to terminate in Colorado? Seems like a weak argument.
I purchased land on October 29th, 2018 and on the memo line I wrote "purchase of 40 acres balance approximately 41,000". The total price was 121,000.00 and I put 80,000.00 down and rest to be paid at closing. Seller hears that I have an enormous offer and begins figuring a way to maintain... Read more »
Is it good enough? It is certainly better than nothing. It is likely that the check along with testimony will be sufficient to prevail. You have an an issue that all contracts for the purchase and sell of real estate in CO must be in writing, as such if the opposing smells a big profit you need...Read more »
Review the Colo Security Deposit Act...This provides an means for tenants to recover wrongfully withheld security deposit money and if the LL forces the matter to court and loses the damages may be tripled plus attorney fees.
There is an area behind four homes in our area that is a very steep, collapsing hill. The home buyers understood from a design plan that the developer would build retaining walls to prevent the hills collapse. Our builder is now saying it is the responsibility of the HOA - not him
Who owns and is thus responsible for the retaining wall? Generally, a builder initially owns all common areas, but at some point in the development process the developer assigns ownership of the common areas to the HOA. After this assignment the HOA owns the common areas/walls and is responsible...Read more »
A tenant signed an agreement then inspected a college apartment that already housed several other college aged men. He found the residence to be gross and refused to move in/take possession. Can he do this? What happens to his security deposit? Is he responsible for future rent if he never took... Read more »
We obtained a judgement in our favor for damages and unpaid rent against former tenants. They were married when they moved in but separated around the time they moved out and are now living in different towns. To collect the money owed do we serve the judgement papers to both and split the amount... Read more »
Lived here almost 7 yrs,have made *several requests for repairs via email,maintenance portal,txt mssgs.the roof leaks,is deteriorating,&has black mold.paying for 5bdrm but cant utilize upstairs rooms.Also,has no heating upstairs.Heating vents blow inbetween walls&floors cause there's not any... Read more »
I let a 17 year old move in because I was told his father kicked him out because he is gay. I found out he just left because he does not get along with his father. Can I kick him out immediately even though he has recieved mail here and my roommate doesn't care if he is here? We rent but I pay 2/3... Read more »
You can ask your tenant to leave or even entice him to move-out. But, if that fails, you'll need to proceed via the judicial eviction process which begins with legally enforceable notice. If you are unfamiliar I recommend that you contact an attorney to at least guide you through the process as...Read more »
I co-purchased a rental apt with my sister to use as a home base for our business in Denver, CO. I live in Tennessee. The apartment was part of a larger investment I/we made toward a shared business that has since gone bankrupt and failed. It was verbally agreed that we would keep (and perhaps... Read more »
If I loaned $6000. for a down payment on our house in 2013, is it too late to collect? We lived together for several years and recently been going through child custody proceedings. We were never married. He refuses to pay what is owed. Please help
Landlord informs us they're installing new tile in the kitchen and we agree to do it while we're out of town. Contractors partially flood kitchen and basement removing the dishwasher. Water isn't turned off and leaks for two days before community mechanic fixes it. Mechanic says he was aware of... Read more »
Your Landlord and the Landlord's contractor are likely responsible to you for the damages that they caused to your personal property. You may want to consider having a lawyer send a demand letter or initiate a lawsuit.
We rented our basement to a couple on 12-12-19 and they put a deposit down to hold the room til the first when they would move in. They signed a lease for a year on the 17th of December and on the 30th they called and said they changed their minds and wanted their deposit back. I am taking a loss... Read more »
The tenant signed a lease which creates a financial obligation on that tenant. He or she does not have the unilateral right to terminate that lease. Whether or not the tenant moves in is his choice whether or not you choose to enforce your right to get paid until you find a new tenant is your...Read more »
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