replied 1 year ago.
here is her statement to me (put on your seatbelt lol)
￼￼January 26, 2016To whom it may concern,I am seeking new options for immediate termination of my at will tenancy at,
1099 Pine Glade Rd. Nederland, Colorado 80466.
It is not a safe livable situation, for many conditions as such: improper maintenance of ice and snow removal, improper lighting of entrance, a blatant hostility between tenants, verbal abuse from landlord, unsafe living conditions and in sighting fear, due to invasion of privacy and illegal entry of landlord, without any previous notification or advisement (which there is evidence of). Personally, I would preferred a more civil and peaceful resolution, to a simple misunderstanding of communication, but if these are the options we need to proceed as such.As per advisement of Boulder County Sheriffs Department, and the Rocky Mountain Legal Center, these are the current options which can proceed:( A) I will give a 10 day notice as an at will tenant, vacate the premises within 10 days of today's date, and be refunded the full amount of the existing paid February rent, including deposit, lest the 5 days in the beginning month from this time. So, that would breakdown to an immediate refund upon date of vacating the premises, which would equate to $1200/29= $41.38 x 24= $993.12 to be refunded immediately upon vacating, payable by check, cash or money order, + 30 day allowed period to return depositB)
Title 13 - Courts & Court procedure
Forcible Entry and Detainer - General Provisions
Notice to quit.(1) A tenancy may be terminated by notice in writing, served not less than the respective period fixed before the end of the applicable tenancy, as follows:(a) A tenancy for one year or longer, three months;(b) A tenancy of six months or longer but less than a year, one month;(c) A tenancy of one month or longer but less than six months, ten days;(d) A tenancy of one week or longer but less than one month, or a tenancy at will, three days;As this statement clearly states above, in subset (d), I can give 3 days notice, due to the fact that I have only been residing there for 24 days. I'll vacate property by February 1st and will be returned a full refund of $1200 for advanced paid February rent. As a gesture of kindness, and advisement of my lawyer, I will relinquish 50% of my security deposit, and the remainder will be returned to me within 30 days, lest expenses, as per law.C) If landlord, is not to agree to option (A) or (B), I will still be terminating my tenancy, beginning February 1st, and will be filing a petition with the small claims court immediately to this current situation, with full documentation, of a/v recordings and email interactions, of the course of events in said residency. Then, as per lawyer advisement, I will have no option but to recover the 100% of unused rent and plus security deposit, and other expenses.I will be expecting a response, via email or in person confirmation, as of January 27, 2016, to how landlord would like to proceed in these matters. I would, personally like to, interject that a preference of peaceful and civil resolution of this matter, be chosen, due to not wanting to draw this out any longer, for it is unhealthy to all parties, and would prefer to cut ties cleanly and as soon as possible, and be rid of this negative energy which as come, by poor actions and response of landlord.As of January 26, 2016, I, Allegra Grieco, am hereby giving written notice of at-will tenancy termination at 1099 Pine Glade Rd, Nederland, CO. 80466, beginning February 1st, 2016. Please, notify immediately upon received notification, and which option is to be chosen, and how we will proceed further.Thanks for your attention and prompt response in this matter,Allegra Grieco