Colorado Association of REALTORS | Governor Polis Extends Eviction Notice Order to 30 Days
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Governor Polis Extends Eviction Notice Order to 30 Days

Aug 12 2020

Governor Polis Extends Eviction Notice Order to 30 Days

On Monday, Governor Polis issued an extension to an Executive Order requiring landlords to serve a 30-Day Demand for Rent or Possession. This new Order is in effect until Wednesday, September 9, 2020. Executive Order 2020-162 encourages property managers to take steps to limit evictions for tenants who have made a good faith effort to make rental payments or establish a repayment agreement. The Order, however, is not a ban on evictions. [View Order Here]

For examples of payment agreements, Tschetter Sulzer Law Firm has made an array of resources available for property managers on their COVID Resource Page.

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