Know your Obligations: Colorado’s Statutory Expansions of the Implied Warranty of Habitability Are Now in Effect

The Colorado legislature had a busy session this year.  Among the several significant bills it enacted, HB1170 strengthens tenant protections under the implied warranty of habitability.  It became effective on August 2, 2019, so landlords and tenants alike are now subject to its requirements.

The bill makes numerous changes to Colorado’s implied warranty of habitability, and interested parties should review the bill in detail.  Landlords in particular may want to consider retaining legal counsel to make sure they have proper procedures in place to promptly deal with any habitability complaints within the new required timelines.  This posting is not intended to provide a comprehensive guide to the changed law, but simply to highlight some of the most significant changes.… Read More »

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