Subsidized Evictions can be a time consuming process, a bad notice can set you back significantly. This class will focus primarily on Basic Subsidized Evictions, with a heavy emphasis on notice drafting. Drafting the correct notice is imperative to winning your eviction, and the building block to handling subsidized evictions. The class covers the key issues in drafting notices and the common mistakes made in filling out and serving the notice which result in defective service and delay in eviction. The class will cover both Colorado notices and federal notices.
We will also focus on the different types of eviction cases: rent, compliance, subsequent evictions, and substantial evictions.The class covers common mistakes made in filling out and serving the notice which result in defective service and delay in eviction. Technical defenses most often used by tenant including tender, waiver, and partial payments, plus, how to deal with them. When does a tenant have the right to cure and when not? Information covered includes the ordering and handling of Writs and the use of Stipulations in the Eviction Process. The Firm strongly recommends that all properties that deal with subsidized housing tenants have all members of their staffs attend this class.
Participants receive a workbook that includes the material covered and copies of correct Eviction Notices, and other key topics of interest to multi-family housing professionals. Attendees will also receive a Certificate of Completion for the course.