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Colorado Official Notice to Quit

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Giving notice is the first step in the eviction process. The notice required in Colorado for violations other than NON-PAYMENT of Rent is a Notice to Quit.

Who:This notice is required to be given to a tenant before filing for eviction proceedings.

What: This is a Notice to Quit that should be sent to a tenant before filing in court for eviction proceedings.

When: Give this to the tenant THREE days before the landlord wishes to file eviction proceedings.

A notice for Non-Payment of Rent can be found at:
Colorado Demand for Compliance

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