Colorado Association of REALTORS | Colorado Dept. of Local Affairs Releases Updated Tenant Notice About Eviction Moratorium
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Colorado Dept. of Local Affairs Releases Updated Tenant Notice About Eviction Moratorium

Nov 02 2020

Colorado Dept. of Local Affairs Releases Updated Tenant Notice About Eviction Moratorium

The Colorado Department of Local Affairs released the following notice on Oct. 28, 2020.

With the issuance of Executive Orders 223 and 227, the Division of Housing (DOH) has updated the Landlords’ Model Notification of Eviction Prevention Orders to account for both protections under the CDC Eviction Moratorium and the new state protections under Executive Order 227. Please note a tenant may provide the CDC’s declaration form in lieu of DOH’s Colorado Declaration form to demonstrate financial hardship due to COVID-19.

UPDATED FAQs: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS for Tenants and Landlords

Executive Orders 223 and 227 also necessitate updates to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Landlords and Tenants. The FAQs provide the latest answers to questions such as:

  • Do I owe rent while the CDC or State of Colorado order prevents me from being evicted?
  • When can evictions begin again?
  • What should I do if I can’t pay rent?

Get answers to these and several other questions.

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