CDC Eviction Moratorium Held Unconstitutional by US District Court, Eastern District of Texas 15:34, March 8, 2021

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Author: Jason Buckley

By Jason S. Buckley, Garfield & Hecht, P.C. COVID-19 has led to many regulations that impact a landlord’s ability to evict a tenant for non-payment or late payment of rent. Both landlords and tenants should be aware of how federal regulations affect their rights, especially in light of ongoing litigation throughout the country. On September […]

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The Colorado legislature recently amended the Colorado statute relating to a tenant’s ability to cure lease defaults and avoid eviction. Under the amended eviction statutes, Colorado residential tenants will have additional time to cure defaults alleged by landlords. Before the enactment of House Bill 19-1118, a residential tenant generally had 3 days after written notice […]

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Colorado county courts currently have limited jurisdiction over civil cases where the alleged damages do not exceed $15,000. However, on January 1, 2019, the jurisdictional limit for county courts will increase to $25,000 due to the passage of Senate Bill 18-056, which was signed into law in May 2018. This amendment will allow parties to […]

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