Colorado Springs, CO asked in Landlord - Tenant for Colorado

Q: I need some help with Colorado lease and eviction law for commercial properties

So, I have been renting a kiosk at a Colorado Mall for about 4 years now and recently I had a tough month (not financially, but just with getting sick and dealing with familial emergencies) and I was unable to Make it to the mall management office to pay my rent on time. Please note that this would be the first time that this has ever happened during my agreement. I just received a notice of default of termination of possessions letter giving me 10 days to pay the rent as well vacate the premises with my belongings. I just need to know is this lawful and what are my options moving forward.

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Michael Joseph Larranaga
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  • Landlord Tenant Lawyer
  • Parker, CO
  • Licensed in Colorado

A: This depends on your contract. You should get a copy and talk to an attorney.

You may also be able to talk to the landlord to resolve the situation.

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