Landlord Tenant Handbook, Landlord/Tenant
Introduction and Philosophy
The Rental Property Handbook for Landlords and Tenants meant to serve as an information guide, and is not intended to be used as a substitute for seeking legal advice from an attorney.
THIS IS NOT A LEGAL DOCUMENT
Tenants have legal rights. However at times tenants are not knowledgeable about these rights and how to legally protect these rights. The same can be said about landlords, as they have legal rights and may not be as knowledgeable as they should.
Most Landlord/Tenant problems can be solved by communicating between the landlord and tenant. When a solution cannot be worked out, our office offers Longmont residents mediation or you may wish to consult an attorney for legal advice or counsel.
Download the 2010 English Version of the Rental Property Handbook for Landlords and Tenants in Adobe. (pdf 1601 KB). Last revised: July 2010
Download the 2010 Spanish Version of the Rental Property Handbook for Landlords and Tenants in Adobe.pdf 1985 KB). Ultima revisión: Julio del 2010
To view or download individual chapters of the Rental Property for Landlords and Tenants, click the links below
If you can not afford legal counsel, the Boulder County Legal Services may be able to help you. Call 303-449-7575 for further information (you must qualify financially).
If the problem is not of a legal nature, but a possible building code infraction, contact the Longmont Code Enforcement office at 303-651-8357.
For more information or questions please call Community and Neighborhood Resources at 303-651-8444.