Colorado Revised Statutes Title 38. Property Real and Personal § 38-12-204. Nonpayment of rent--notice required for rent increase
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(1) Any tenancy or other estate at will or lease in a mobile home park may be terminated upon the landlord's written notice to the home owner requiring, in the alternative, payment of rent or the removal of the home owner's unit from the premises, within a period of not less than ten days after the date notice is served or posted, for failure to pay rent when due.
(2) Rent shall not be increased without sixty days' written notice to the home owner. In addition to the amount and the effective date of the rent increase, such written notice shall include the name, address, and telephone number of the mobile home park management, if such management is a principal owner, or owner of the mobile home park and, if the owner is other than a natural person, the name, address, and telephone number of the owner's chief executive officer or managing partner; except that such ownership information need not be given if it was disclosed in the rental agreement made pursuant to section 38-12-213.
(3) A landlord shall not increase rent more than one time in any twelve-month period of consecutive occupancy by the tenant, regardless of:
(a) Whether there is a written rental agreement for the tenancy;
(b) The length of the tenancy; and
(c) Whether the tenant's rental agreement is for a fixed tenancy, a month-to-month tenancy, or an indefinite term.
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