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Generally, the legal recourse would be from law enforcement (i.e. calling the police), rather than from the landlord (apart from getting the laundry room door or your back door fixed). But, as you note, law enforcement isn't necessarily effective either. And, my guess is that forming a neighborhood watch or a Guardian Angels chapter in your neighborhood is ...


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Under CRS 38-12-507, there are circumstances pertaining to uninhabitability where a tenant could terminate the lease (10 to 30 days written notice of condition to landlord + 5 business days to remedy), where it is "in a condition that is materially dangerous or hazardous to the tenant's life, health, or safety" and is as described in CRS 38-12-505 (...


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Is misrepresentation grounds to terminate a lease The details in your previous post certainly help narrow down some items on which you need to focus. Without some additional information the matter is inconclusive. At the outset, the lease seems voidable by you on grounds of "mistake". See Restatement (Second) of Contracts at §§ 151, 153(b). The ...


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This is going to depend on whether what was misrepresented is an essential, major, or minor provision of the lease, or aspect of the deal. It will also depend on the wording of the lease or rental agreement.


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It is really up to the credit reporting agency and the landlord. A credit report may disclose truthful information and the credit reporting agency might have a defined event that they report which would constitute negative credit information. As long as the event described really happened and is accurately described, it can go on your credit report. This ...


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