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I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that your tenant is not paying.
Unfortunately, no, that's not allowed. The official name of the notice in Colorado is "Demand for Compliance or Right to Possession," meaning the tenant is getting notice to follow the lease, first and foremost, and only to move out if they can't or won't. If the tenant pays, they have a legal right to stay. However, you have the ability as landlord to choose not to renew the lease when the time comes, and you do not have to give a reason. If the tenant is month to month, you can serve a 30 day notice of termination of the tenancy if they pay once they get the Demand for Compliance.
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