Denver, CO asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Landlord - Tenant for Colorado

Q: I asked a question earlier about appealing a eviction and landlord inspecting place before we are out.

This landlord has followed my 16 yr old son to his friends house and is taking picture's and also has been in the house when she thought no one was home, but there was someone home. I don't want her in here until I am completely moved. She has no grounds for eviction and is trying to find something. So she is harassing us and breaking the law and I don't feel it's appropriate. So do I have reason to tell her no?

1 Lawyer Answer
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
  • Fort Collins, CO
  • Licensed in Colorado

A: You can always tell her no, the issue is whether you can enforce the no via the police or courts. The following and frequent entry into the apartment is very likely overstepping. If you can document this, it might be helpful for the eviction.

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