There is a commonly used privacy clause that allows a landlord access to the rental property at reasonable times, and with reasonable notice to the tenant. This is to make necessary repairs or reasonable inspections. A landlord also has the right to enter a rental unit without notice in emergencies.
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1. Can a landlord enter property without permission in Denver?
Can a landlord enter the property without permission in Denver? As long as you have a well written lease agreement that clearly defines the terms for entering the property, and you get the proper notice you are allowed to enter that property without their tenants permission.
2. Can a tenant refuse a landlord entry?
Can a tenant refuse a landlord entry? As long as you have a well written lease agreement that defines the terms for a landlord to enter the property, and proper notice has been given per that lease agreement, a tenant cannot refuse a landlord entry.
3. Is Colorado a landlord friendly state?
Colorado can be considered a landlord friendly state, because evictions for unpaid rent are generally resolved faster than in other states, and in Colorado, you don’t actually have to provide advance notice to enter the property.
4. What are basic obligations of tenants in Colorado?