GARFIELD & HECHT FILES LAWSUIT TO KEEP TELLURIDE-AREA MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAIL OPEN 6:34, September 12, 2021

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On September 9, 2021, Garfield & Hecht attorneys David McConaughy and Paul Wisor filed a lawsuit on behalf of the Town of Mountain Village in the San Miguel County District Court against Brown Dog Properties, LLC (“Brown Dog”) and its members Frank and Ruth Hensen. In the lawsuit, the Town is requesting a court order […]

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By Kelcey C. Nichols, Garfield & Hecht, P.C. In Colorado, “residential land” has generally been taxed at a significantly lower rate then “vacant land”. In 2020, the Residential Assessment Rate was 7.15%. In contrast, the assessment rate for “vacant land” was 29%, more than three times higher. In the last few years, the Colorado Court […]

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Over the past few months, Governor Jared Polis signed a number of executive orders intended to protect tenants renting residential property in Colorado from the adverse impacts of COVID-19. Until recently, the executive orders did not prohibit evictions. Instead, they lengthened the statutory period granted to tenants to cure defaults due to nonpayment of rent. […]

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