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Security Deposits: Landlord and Tenant Obligations

November 7th, 2018 / Karsh Fulton Gabler Joseph PC

Colorado’s Security Deposit Act (C.R.S. §38-12-101, et seq.) was adopted to provide relief to residential tenants wrongfully deprived of their security deposits. The statute was also designed to equalize the disparity in power between landlords and tenants in disputes over relatively small amounts of money. The statute does not apply to non-residential, commercial leases. Landlords […]

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For sale by owner: some considerations

May 21st, 2018 / Karsh Fulton Gabler Joseph PC

In today’s hot Colorado real estate market, more homeowners are seeking to avoid broker fees by selling their homes on their own. Handling the sale yourself can result in a large reward, but it requires careful planning. In order to sell your home successfully, you will probably need to prepare it for sale and list […]

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What is a spurious lien, and how can you remove one from your property?

December 1st, 2017 / Karsh Fulton Gabler Joseph PC

Sometimes, in the course of a dispute, a party will file a purported lien or other document affecting another party’s property, even if they have no right to do so.  Once this “lien” or document is recorded with the Office of the County Clerk and Recorder, it will appear in title searches on the property. […]

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