Your question: "How can I move this tenant from my property."
Without seeing all of the paperwork filed in this case and examining it in detail, which I can't do online, it is impossible to tell you what was done incorrectly other than just a failure to list your notices. But the only way you can get them out of your property is to continue through the eviction process.
What I would suggest you may want to consider is hiring a local lawyer to finish the case up for you and then suing for their attorney's fees as well. Non-attorneys success rate is about 60-65% in successfully evicting tenants whereas lawyers run closer to 95%.
The eviction process is the only legal method which can be used to get them out. There are a number of good books on the eviction process as well as several good websites.
I am going to attach a pdf brochure from the Douglas County Sheriff's Office which explains the whole eviction process. Even though this one is from Douglas County it works the same all across Colorado. So if you chose not to use a lawyer and instead try to do it yourself, if you follow the steps set forth in this document you should be ok.
If you have any problems downloading the PDF, go to the actual website at www.DCSHERIFF.NET
The Colorado Judicial website also has forms at www.courts.state.co.us and look for the section on evictions and foreclosures.
Evictions must be done absolutely perfect or they will be denied. If there are any problems with the notices, pleadings, etc. you must start over. This is why I often recommend someone hiring an attorney and then sue for the attorney's fees.
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