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Re: Sublease Nightmare... Please help by Stephanie on February 3, 2018 @01:37

                              
G, no one is trying to find anyone to place blame on. Your comment is not helpful. If you look at my original question I am asking specifically why the lawyers are saying the residents have no rights, but the sheriffs dept. is saying they do.

Also, if you took the time to read my other comments you would have seen that we are in the process of selling this condo. There is no reason to discuss giving the residents a lease.

Again, the residents do NOT have a lease agreement with us, they HAD an agreement with the tenant whose lease is no longer valid. There are no laws in Colorado regarding this situation according to our lawyer which is why I am asking these questions here to see if anyone has been through similar.

This situation is already stressful enough , your comments are not helpful.
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Re: Sublease Nightmare... Please help by tim tom on February 3, 2018 @07:45 [ Reply ]
G, no one is trying to find anyone to place blame on.

Well you seem to be trying to blame the original T. For something you the Landlord should have clearly been involved with.
Trusting a T to make good decisions on your behalf is just asking for trouble.
Also sounds like you Lawyer is inexperienced. Or is just trying to make this situation more involved than it is. More $$$ for them. Seem pretty cut and dry just as the sheriff Dept. said, Eviction. Research squatters, and you will see how many right they have.
    Re: Sublease Nightmare... Please help by Stephanie on February 3, 2018 @09:34 [ Reply ]
    Tim Tom, if you read my original post, you will see that although I do give a very brief explanation of what happened, there was no complaining, only questions.
    I am thoroughly aware of the mistakes that I made as a new LL...
    If you aren't going to be helpful in answering the direct questions I asked, please move on.

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