A Colorado 10-day notice to quit for non-payment of rent warns the tenant to pay the overdue rent or vacate the rental property as stipulated by Colorado’s landlord-tenant laws. It gives them a defined timeframe to rectify the rent payment default while highlighting the potential legal actions that may ensue if immediate action is not taken.
The document specifies the amount of rent owed, the due date, and the deadline by which the tenant must pay to avoid further legal action. The landlord may initiate eviction proceedings if the tenant fails to remedy the rent default within the specified period.
Governing Law — Colorado Revised Statutes § 13-40-104(d).
Grace Period for Rent Payment — None (unless stated in the lease agreement).