Misleading or misrepresentation of apartment ...
Before signing the apartment lease, I ask the leasing agent if High Speed Internet Access was available in the apartment. She said No, - Only T1. T1 of course is much faster but once I acquired the apartment, I found that this is not the case. Can I get out of my lease because they told something that was not true?
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Misrepresentation regarding high speed internet access
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Dear LawGuru User:
Unfortunately I do not have expertise in this area (I practice real estate law, not landlord/tenant law). In general, renters in Colorado have few rights.
You could certainly have an attorney contact the landlord and demand release because you signed the lease based on a misrepresentation. Without research, I cannot say whether you would win such a battle in court.
A search for "renters rights Colorado" or "tenants rights Colorado" on the internet will give you quite a bit of information. Also, tenants with low incomes who are Denver residents may contact the Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Denver, which I think has a program which makes attorneys available to them.
Thank you for using LawGuru.
Attorney at Law