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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 Orders 202 & 223. Only serve the CDC Order, Tenant Declarations, & DOLA Letter to the tenant, once that is done, email the Return of Service (first page) to our Firm.
- This is the DOLA Model Notification Letter released on October 28th.
- 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”
- In this memo, the CDC clarifies what constitutes an eviction and whether landlords can challenge a tenant’s Declaration
- 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 & 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
- Order temporarily extending 30-day demand for rent until October 22, 2020 and includes limitations on Commercial Evictions
- Order temporarily extending 30-day demand for rent until November 14, 2020 and includes limitations on Commercial Evictions. Also adds that landlords cannot charge late fees until January 2021, must provide CDC & Tenant Declaration with Notices in English & Spanish as well as provide Department of Local Affairs (DOLA)’s “Model Notification of CDC Eviction Protection Order” with any eviction notice.
- Order temporarily extending 30-day demand for rent until November 19, 2020 and expanding new protections to tenants to pause evictions
- Order temporarily extending the requirements of EO 223 & 227 for 30 days until December 19, 2020.
- 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
- These are the 5 pages covering the “Temporary Moratorium on Eviction Filings” out of the 880 page CARES Act
- 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 memo discusses whether to file evictions in light of Colorado Governor’s Executive Order 227 – Enacted October 21, 2020
- 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.