Colorado Legislative Council Staff
NO FISCAL IMPACT
January 14, 1998
Steve Tammeus (866-2756)
TITLE: CONCERNING TERMINATION OF A TENANCY ON THE BASIS OF ACTS THAT CONSTITUTE A PUBLIC NUISANCE.
Summary of Assessment
This bill expands the grounds for which a landlord may terminate a tenancy for a substantial violation to include one or more acts of a tenant, or the tenant’s guest, or invitee that:
• occur on the tenant’s leased premises or the common areas located within the tenant’s complex or building;
• constitute a criminal act with a potential sentence of imprisonment of 180 days or more; and
• constitute a public nuisance under state or local law.
The bill will become effective upon the signature of the Governor.
The bill will not affect state, or local government, revenue or expenditures. Therefore, the bill is assessed as having no fiscal impact.
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