Colorado Standard Residential Lease Agreement

Create a high quality document online now!

Updated January 25, 2022

A Colorado residential lease agreement is a legal document that outlines a rental contract between a landlord/property manager and a tenant. The contract is usually negotiated after the tenant has viewed the property and has submitted a rental application that was approved by the landlord.

The agreement will set forth: rental amount, any additional deposits, rules for maintenance, pet policies, compliance with state laws, multiple tenants, and much more. The landlord/property manager must complete the document by entering all the required information into the fields provided and make any preferable selections. Once completed, the document must be agreed to by the tenant(s) and all tenant(s) over the age of 18 years, must apply signature(s) in agreement to all aspects of the document. No notarization is required, however, tenants must receive a copy of all pages of the document.

Laws – Title 38 > Article 12 (Tenant & Landlord)

HandbookColorado Landlord-Tenant Handbook (PDF)