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- Compliant Eviction Demands including additional documents that must be served to the tenant as required by Executive Order 2020-202
- Use this packet when you have already served a notice to a tenant that did not include the CDC Order or Tenant Declaration as required by Executive Order 202. Only serve the CDC Order and Tenant Declaration to the tenant, once that is done, email the Return of Service (first page) to our Firm.
- This memo explains the September 1, 2020 Control Order released by the Centers for Disease Control entitled “Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions To Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19”
- This is the September 1, 2020 Control Order released by the Centers for Disease Control entitled “Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions To Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19”
- This form is for tenants to complete to declare that they are covered under the CDC’s eviction moratorium
- Complete this form and send to TS with your demand to certify that you have not received a CDC Tenant Declaration. The is required for ARAPAHOE County cases.
- This Administrative Order requires landlords pursuing an eviction in Boulder County to provide the tenant with the Tenant Declaration Form
- This memo outlines how to determine if the CARES Act Applies to you
- This document is provided to Loan Servicers to assist Borrowers in determining whether real property secured by a mortgage is a “Covered Property” as defined by the CARES Act
- Use this email template if you are a COVERED Property, to notify your tenants of the CARES Act pursuant to the Governor’s Executive Order
- This email template is to be used to generate emails to tenants to comply with the Governor’s Order if the status of a property under the CARES Act is not known
- These are the sections of the CARES Act that landlords must notify tenants about pursuant to Governor Polis’ Executive Order.
- Clicking this link will directly download this document.
- This spreadsheet is designed for companies with a large portfolio of properties
- This spreadsheet is used to inform the TS Evictions Department of the Covered/Partially-Covered/Non-Covered status of your properties.
- Email completed copy to: CARES@thslawfirm.com
- This document provides guidance on how to go about developing policies that help keep tenants from falling behind on rent payments
- This spreadsheet is constantly updated with the latest information from county courts regarding their filing status
- These are the 5 pages covering the “Temporary Moratorium on Eviction Filings” out of the 880 page CARES Act
- This Memo & FAQ breaks down Governor’s Order D 2020-101 – Moratorium Extension (As of June 15, 2020)
- Order temporarily changing 10-day demand for rent to a 30-day demand for rent
- Order temporarily extending 30-day demand for rent until August 11, 2020
- Order temporarily extending 30-day demand for rent until September 10, 2020
- Order temporarily extending 30-day demand for rent until October 8, 2020 and includes limitations on Commercial Evictions
- This sample notice can be used by Covered & Non-Covered Properties to remind tenants that while there is a moratorium on evictions, their obligation to pay rent according to the lease still exists.
- This directory provides websites and contact information for Local Health Departments. (Directory provided by National Association of County and City Health Officials “NACCHO”)
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- This analysis breaks down each piece of Section 4024 of the CARES Act and how it affects rental housing providers
- This Guidance is based on the Sixth Amended Public Health Order 20-28 Safer at Home issued June 5, 2020, along with information from the CDPHE website
- Require anyone using an amenity to sign this waiver prior to use of the amenity or amenities.
- This memo explains how to incorporate the “Amenity Usage Waiver”
- This lease addendum sets up a reschedule of rent payments between the resident and landlord
- This agreement allows the tenant to end their lease and set up a repayment plan for any amounts due at the lease termination
- Using the language included and your company logo, model your Amenity Signs after this example.