Our original move in date was July 15, then August 15, August 25, now October 1st. He didn’t even start the foundation clearing until August 25th, it’s not been touched since then. The house is complete (modular) and off site, waiting on the site to be complete.
Your rights are completely dependant upon your contract.
I recommend contacting an attorney to review your contract and discuss your rights, remedies, options, etc. That attorney may also send the Contractor a Demand Letter which may prove to be just the motivation you need.
Tenant has been served with a 10 day notice for late rent. Tenant wants to pay rent 6 days late but refuses to pay the late fees that are in the lease. Can the landlord refuse the payment and proceed with the eviction process after the 10 days have passed.
Colorado new law change from 3 day notice to 10 day notice with exemption for landlords owning less than 5 properties who can give a 5 day notice. How do you integrate this into a lease that was already in effect prior to the law change?
The new Law requires some specific language in your lease in order to trigger the small landlord exception. It is unlikely that your old lease contains this language. You'll need to update the lease to incorporate the language at the next renewal or by asking the tenant to sign an addendum to the...Read more »
As a seller with cold feet can I use this to somehow to get out of the home purchase contract unscathed? Here is the relevant text:"New Loan Review. If Buyer is to pay all or part of the Purchase Price with a New Loan, this Contract is conditional upon Buyer determining, in Buyer’s sole... Read more »
A Seller has no duty to agree to an extension of the closing date. Often, Sellers who wish to force the buyer into breach refuse to agree to extensions, especially when the Buyer offers no incentive for the Seller to agree.
My brother and I have been joint tenants on the title to my mom's home for years. She died and we sold the house. Are we obligated to provide the requested accounting to the rest of our siblings who are wanting more money. My mom's will asked that the home be sold and the money split between us... Read more »
Are you the Personal Representative for Mom's Estate? Is the home that was sold an asset of the estate? If the answer to those questions is Yes and Yes, then you have an obligation to provide an accounting.
It sounds like this could be messy and I recommend that you contact an attorney to...Read more »
Once the contract is signed the contract is binding, i.e. there is no 3 day right of rescission.
However, the Colo Real Estate Commission's form contract is very buyer friendly and provides several opportunities for the Buyer to terminate the contact, at Buyer's sole subjective discretion,...Read more »
The owner of the land owes me large sum of money and he is willing to sign voluntary lien to satisfy his debt to me. Can an attorney be retained to help me with this situation? The land is paid in full has no mortgage.
Our landlord has told us that we are not allowed to have another animal (even though it says animals are permitted on the lease). Is a landlord allowed to refuse a will be service dog, especially if I plan on training it immediately?
I own a home and am currently making all my payments on time. My goal has been to remodel it and sell it. I have since found I do not have the time to do so. I found a real estate investment group whom are interested in doing a "subject to" agreement to take over payments, fix it up, and then... Read more »
You should contact and attorney to review the proposed contract with you before you sign it.
Generally, a Subject Too deal means that you sell the property (they own it) but they don't replace your mortgage so the mortgage stays in your name. The Seller essentially carries all of the risk...Read more »
Garage space included in lease. Landlord "lost paperwork" and rented the garage unit to someone else. Threw out all my personal belongings. They did not notify until a week later after everything was thrown away. Do I have a case?
If you leased the garage and the LL disposed of your personal possessions he will likely be liable for your damages. You should create an inventory list and indicate the value of each item then contact and attorney to assist you.
My home inspector came back with a list of problems. I asked the buyer to remedy the problems or reduce the price, so I could take care of them. The owner claimed the home inspector was wrong and refused to correct the problems. I told him that I... Read more »
However, the landlord will not change the lease. Can tenants compel the landlord to update the lease by dissolving the original agreement and creating a new lease with only one of the existing tenants?
The tenants are offering to pay for the inconvenience.
They have cited CO Rev Stat § 29-11.7-104 (2016) at bottom of signage as their authority to so prohibit said activity. Can they legally do this? As I read the statute it says a local government can enact ordinance, the homeowners association however is not "local government". Can I sue them for... Read more »
A lawsuit it one option. Another is to have an attorney draft a letter on your behalf outlining the issue and why the HOA will ultimately lose the lawsuit if your are forced to file it. This letter would likely be a faster and less costly method to achieve the desired result.
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