Approved for 4 CE Credits - RE Broker License
Lunch Provided to Registered Attendees
Attendance at the Mobile Mix and Mingle Included
The last thing you want to have to do is get rid of a tenant – but, sometimes it is necessary. Delinquent tenants can rob the property of its cash flow, cause problems for your good tenants, and even create extensive damage repair costs.
Getting rid of a bad tenant isn’t always easy. If you don’t keep up on all the new laws and requirements impacting the eviction process, you might be stuck with that bad tenant a lot longer than you expected. Attendees of this workshop will review the differences between commercial and residential leases and what is required of notices to evict. Attendees will understand next steps after notices fail to result in payment or vacating of the property. The laws specific to a Colorado eviction will be considered and weighed.
- Commercial vs. Residential Leases: Know the differences
- Notices: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How!
- What Happens Next – When Notices Fail
- Colorado’s Legal Options
At the conclusion of this course, attendees will understand:
- The process from delinquency to eviction
- The difference in procedures for commercial vs. residential tenants
- Notice requirements
- Eviction legal considerations
- Effects of bankruptcy or abandonment on eviction process
- The use of security deposits
John Logan’s practice is in commercial litigation, real estate, contract and employment law. Mr. Logan has practiced in Colorado for over 30 years following his 1984 graduation from the University of Kansas. He has served on numerous committees for various real estate organizations and has testified at the Colorado legislature regarding proposed real estate laws.
Mr. Logan is an author and instructor of numerous legal continuing education classes, including ‘The Essentials of Office and Retail Leases in Colorado’, ‘Residential and Commercial Evictions in Colorado’, and ‘Drafting Commercial Real Estate Leases’. He lectures frequently on real estate matters. He is a graduate of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, and has been a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Logan represents clients in areas such as lease negotiations, contract and employment disputes, commercial litigation and arbitration, evictions, and general business advice.