Colorado has some strict laws on the timing of completing repairs, with the renters allowed to abandon the Property or deduct repair fees from their Rent if they don’t complete it in time.
The Tenant agrees to maintain the Property in a clean and sanitary condition inside and outside the premises and ensure it remains habitable. Should a problem arise, the Tenant will notify the Landlord of any problem, malfunction, or damages in writing.
The Landlord has between one and four days to repair the defect if it is urgent and 24 hours if it is health- or life-threatening. If it is not a critical breakage, the Landlord has at least 10 days to repair the defects. Should the problem or damage be caused by the Tenant's negligence, fault, or guests, the Landlord may require the Tenant to bear the costs of fixing it.
The Landlord is responsible for mechanical damages, like plumping, HVAC breakages, etc., provided it is part of the normal wear and tear on the house. The Tenant is not permitted to modify the Property, such as painting it, nails in the walls, or other modifications that might affect the Property beyond the normal wear and tear.
Both parties agree to adhere to the below terms.