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  • Properly Completing Your Eviction Demands

    November 16, 2022. Landlord laws changed significantly in 2021 and, as a result, the Tschetter Sulzer eviction demands have evolved to ensure that our clients are serving demands that are clear to residents about why they are being served, and that will hold up to any and all objections in court. Join TS Managing Partner Properly Completing Your Eviction Demands

    November 16, 2022 Read more »
  • The Ever-Changing Legal Environment

    October 19, 2022. Since the pandemic, one of the most consistent aspects of Landlord law in Colorado has been its fluidity. The legal landscape continues to evolve as the meaning of the new laws are argued and interpreted by the courts and as new laws are coming on line. Based on the changing landscape, eviction The Ever-Changing Legal Environment

    October 19, 2022 Read more »
  • The New Evictions Process (2022)

    August 31, 2022. As most of our clients are already aware, the Eviction process in Colorado has changed drastically over the last few years; cases progress through the courts at a much slower pace than they used to, and the courts often require a lot more information from clients than they ever have before. In The New Evictions Process (2022)

    August 31, 2022 Read more »
  • Denver Rental Licensing Update

    August 17, 2022. Denver’s new Rental Licensing requirements go into effect at the end of 2022 for any landlords offering more than one unit in a building, so it’s important that landlords start doing the work now to ensure their licensing will be in place by January 1, 2023. In this Webinar Wednesday presentation, Partner Denver Rental Licensing Update

    August 17, 2022 Read more »
  • Fair Housing Friday: Retaliation 101

    August 5, 2022. Property managers frequently deal with a variety of fair housing requests that can come from residents, and most clients are already well-versed in how to respond to such requests thanks to the Firm’s regular Fair Housing Workshops. However, one thing you may not always be ready for is claims of retaliation, which Fair Housing Friday: Retaliation 101

    August 5, 2022 Read more »
  • What You Need To Know…To Tow

    July 20, 2022. In this video, Partner Vic Sulzer and Senior Associate Attorney Pete Muccio discuss HB1314 the new Towing law that just passed here in Colorado, and fill you in on when Landlords can and can’t tow without notice Click Here To Download “What You Need To Know…To Tow” Handout

    July 20, 2022 Read more »
  • Denver Landlords: Apply Now for Your Rental License

    As most landlords in the city are already aware, Denver is requiring all multi-family properties (more than two units) to operate with a rental license starting January 1, 2023. Landlords can begin applying for a license now (at a discounted rate) and, beginning in 2023, you will need to have a license in place in Denver Landlords: Apply Now for Your Rental License

    June 30, 2022 Read more »
  • Legal Potpourri

    June 15, 2022. As all of our clients are well aware, the Colorado Legislature has made significant changes to laws affecting landlords over the last few years. In this webinar, Firm attorneys Pete Muccio and Jon Carlson will get you up-to-speed on how these legal changes have actually impacted landlords in practice, and what you Legal Potpourri

    June 15, 2022 Read more »
  • Fair Housing Friday: Non-Renewal Policies

    This webinar, recorded June 3, 2022, features Tschetter Sulzer Managing Partner Mark Tschetter and Senior Associate Lindsay Jasper discussing how a good non-renewal policy can protect landlords from potential Fair Housing retaliation claims. In this webinar, Mark and Lindsay use real-life cases to illustrate how and when a good policy can help protect you, and Fair Housing Friday: Non-Renewal Policies

    June 3, 2022 Read more »
  • Bankruptcy Issues in Property Management

    This webinar, recorded May 19, 2022, features Senior Associate Attorney Pete Muccio discussing the bankruptcy process, and what it can mean for Landlords if a resident were to file for Bankruptcy protection. During the webinar, Pete will help Landlords with tips for dealing with Bankruptcies whenever they might arise, whether it’s a past or current Bankruptcy Issues in Property Management

    May 19, 2022 Read more »