A Colorado 3-day notice to quit for non-compliance is served by a landlord to a tenant who has violated the lease terms, except for non-payment of rent. It provides the tenant three days to address and rectify the specific lease violation or vacate the rental property following Colorado’s landlord-tenant laws.
This notice outlines the particular lease violation or non-compliance issue that requires immediate resolution, which might include unauthorized occupants, excessive noise disturbances, or other breaches specified in the lease agreement.
Governing Law — Colorado Revised Statutes § 13-40-107.5(4)(a).
Notice Types – There are two types of this notice used in Colorado landlord-tenant relationships:
- Curable – This notice allows the tenant to rectify the issue within the notice period for minor lease agreement violations like having unauthorized pets, causing disturbances, or failing to maintain the rental property as agreed in the lease.
- Noncurable – This includes severe breaches for which the tenant is not given the opportunity to correct the issue and must vacate, such as illegal activities, significant property damage, and repeated lease violations.