What to do if my roommate of 2 years has asked her live-in boyfriend to move out?

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What to do if my roommate of 2 years has asked her live-in boyfriend to move out?

He has lived with us for 1 year. Since I own the house, when he moved in I had him sign a roommate contract that stated, “There is no required notice needed for the roommate to move-out”. But now I’m worried that he will come back at me saying he has 30 days due to common tenant laws. What can I do legally?

Asked on October 14, 2012 under Real Estate Law, Colorado

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

Since you are concerned about the thirty (30) day notice requirement with respect to the roommate that is going to move out, serve him with the notice while keeping a copy letting him know that if he wants to leave before the expiration of thirty (30) days, such is fine with you.


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