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Many Coloradans who are impacted by a natural disaster experience issues surrounding landlord tenant rights this video is a brief overview of these issues but please keep in mind this is a complicated area of the law and in all cases we recommend talking to an attorney before taking action Colorado landlord tenant law includes a statute called the warranty of habitability landlords and tenants have different rights and obligations under this statute for both parties we recommend putting everything in writing this includes confirming your understanding of any phone call and also putting any verbal agreements lease modifications and/or reduced rent agreements into writing the warranty of habitability is a law which gives tenants some protections when living conditions in a rental property are deemed uninhabitable the law says that uninhabitable conditions exist when they are materially dangerous or hazardous to a tenants life health or safety and that the landlord has failed to cure within a reasonable timeframe after having received written notice of the condition by the tenant the law provides for a landlord to terminate the lease if there is damage as a result of a catastrophe however the law does not set a define standard regarding the extent of damage that clearly defines whether a landlord can or cannot terminate the lease if the landlord chooses to terminate they must return the security deposit within thirty to sixty two days depending on what the lease says tenants may break their lease if the landlord fails to make repairs within a reasonable timeframe and there are issues impacting the habitability of the residence a written notice must be given to the landlord identifying the issues and requesting repairs if the landlord does not repair within five days the tenant may be able to break the lease however tenants exercise extreme caution when choosing this option it should seek legal advice before pursuing this Avenue the tenant should present a written list of the needed repairs to the landlord requesting that the repairs be made by a certain date which would be within a reasonable timeframe what is considered reasonable will depend on the facts and circumstances of each individual case tenants should make an effort to cooperate with the completion of any repair work by allowing access to the property if the tenant prevents repairs to be done they may assume some responsibility for any damages that result a landlord should make the repairs within the reasonable timeframe after receiving notice of the conditions there are many local legal resources both tenants and landlords have rights and obligations when a property has been damaged or becomes uninhabitable we recommend you seek legal assistance if you find yourself in such a circumstance.

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A colorado tenant moved out without paying his rent, what if any recourse does the landlord have since an eviction isn't needed?
I’m not a lawyer and I don’t know Colorado law, but this seems simple. If you can find the tenant you can sue them, presumably in small claims court. While you may not collect, this will put a black mark on their financial record. Beyond that, move on. As a landlord you make a profit through rent and capital gains. Unless you chose a property poorly, in the long run you are way ahead of the game. An occasional loss like this is just part of doing business.
Under Pa. Landlord-Tenant Law, how many days must I be a tenant in order to have eviction rights?
Eviction rights? That is the landlord’s last resort.I think you mean peaceful enjoyment. As soon as you sign the lease and pay the agreed upon rent and deposit, get the keys and walk away with the lease you have the right to Peaceful Enjoyment and the right to have a secure and safe habitation.If you are the one who is named on the lease and abide by all of the particulars of the lease (including prevention of illegal activity there and damage by visitors) you are safe from eviction.So the answer is not days - it is immediate. Now I am in Alberta Canada but some laws are very common.Some refer to establishing ‘residency ‡ which can be something entirely different. Squatters seek to establish residency and end up with free lodgings until the owner can finally get them out.That said, if you signed a lease with me and I later found out you were conducting illegal activities there, I would have no choice but to evict. I had a pleasant drug dealer at one house -,took pretty good care of the house and always paid on time. As soon as I learned what he was really doing there I was compelled by law to evict him.So, read the lease - it is your bible and follow all of its clauses. Take good care of the property, be a pleasant neighbor and you will never be evicted.
Seattle's new law requires landlords to lease to the first eligible tenant, is that not a violation of a landlord’s rights to choose a tenant?
It’s nonsense, of course - what if the third “qualified tenant” is far, far better than the first “qualified tenant” that the landlord runs into? Who wouldn’t want a better customer [and a tenant is exactly that], and why shouldn’t someone be able to have one? The constitution’s protections for freedom of association apply to business arrangements, too - as long as those are not discriminatory.Perhaps the ordinance’s fatal flaw is that there is apparently no exception for small landlords. Everyone understands that, if it’s a question of medium-to-large buildings, the tenancy is really more of a commercial arrangement. However, when the building is small - perhaps with four to ten tenants, and especially if the landlord lives in the building - the last thing to landlord needs is to have to deal with a jerk. [And, yes, many jerks could conceivably be “qualified” tenants.]To give an example, my ex owns a duplex in pro-landlord Fort Wayne, Indiana. He’s in his fifties and lives downstairs with his four cats, and often rents to someone up above. This rental will be a small part of his retirement income. Forgetting about the promptitude of rents, the last thing my ex - a wonderful person and still a good friend - needs is someone who’s fussy, demanding, or even just weird. There’s no reason he shouldn’t be able to screen for such traits. In fact, under federal and city law, he’s exempt from all the anti-discrimination laws, since the building has under four units and he lives in one, but he never discriminates. I’m a diversity specialist and seasoned landlord myself, and I wrote his lease? It’s very fair minded.With all that, he did get a terrible tenant in some years ago. She paid, but complained endlessly and had him a nervous wreck by the end of her tenancy. Her unpardonable was to run a test on his unit - without his permission - and then try to hold the test results against him. He asked her to leave. The Seattle ordinance would not allow him to screen against such troublemakers, which is nonsense: he and I worked all our lives to own a home and then later a couple of little rental units. In one unit, we even hand-sanded the floors since it was iffy whether they could be belt sanded. He deserves to be selective, especially when the prospect would be living right above him.
If a tenant complains the carpet in the apartment they are renting smells bad and they want the landlord to replace it, does the landlord have to?
Nope. And then they don’t have to rent there either in the first place. Just like there are relative rankings or evaluations of Tenants, there are the same of Landlords. Some Landlords do the minimum and spend the minimum. They aren’t trying to attract the most affluent market or charge the highest rents. Think of the adage, you get what you pay for. A person should personally check out any place before they rent it. If it’s to your liking, rent it. If there are ANY changes you would require, you better put them in the lease. There is generally a section for that exact purpose. A lease is somewhat of a negotiation. It’s not always take it or leave it. But at the time a lease is signed, both sides are legally obligated to it. If a tenant signed and then decides they want new appliances or bath fixtures, the Landlord is not obligated to prthem. If the lease states the Landlord will repair something or replace something, then yes they are obligated. It’s not all that complicated of a process. Tenant would have to notify Landlord in writing that Landlord was in violation of the lease, the same as the reverse. Then give the Landlord adequate time to correct the problem. Then as a last resort the Tenant can take it upon themselves to repair or replace. Send the bills to the Landlord and deduct the costs from the rent.Most landlords will want to control the expenditure process and take care of their responsibilities and with their quality control. But if they won’t, Tenants do have options. READ the lease carefully. There is always some wording about if the Landlord violates the lease and remedies. In reality, it’s more often the tenant violating the lease. The Landlord has some responsibilities. The Tenant who is using the Property has more in that they have to take care with the Property as they use it for the purpose it was intended.
In New York, does regular landlord-tenant law apply to residents in sober houses? House manager is saying I’m a resident (not a tenant) with no tenant rights and can just kick me out whenever he pleases.
Sober houses have contracts with the guests specifically designed to allow them the freedom to maintain a safe secure living situation for all in the house. The contracts grant license to reside as long as the guest adheres to the rules and regulations of the program and house. It’s set up to NOT create a tenancy. Otherwise if the guest decides to use/drink/violate rules they couldn’t be removed if a tenancy was created. It’s a very common feature of sober living situations. Typically there is a procedure laid out for a guests removal. It should all be contained in the contract each guest signs upon entry to the home. The house manager is given wide authority to run the property in the best interests of the community. There is usually an appeal process or ombudsman to deal with questions involving management.