(1)Section 38-12-1203 does not prohibit a landlord from:
(a)Complying with any legal obligation under:
(I)Federal, state, or local law, including any legal obligation under a government program or pursuant to a condition of government funding, if the government program or government funding provides rent limitations or rental assistance to a tenant;
(III)A warrant; or
(IV)A court order of any kind;
(b)Requesting information or documentation necessary to determine or verify the financial qualifications of a prospective tenant, provided the landlord requests the same information or documentation of all prospective tenants regardless of immigration or citizenship status, including requesting a social security number or relevant taxpayer identification number; or
(c)Delivering to the tenant an oral or written notice regarding conduct by the tenant that violates or may violate any applicable rental agreement or law.
(2)Section 38-12-1203 does not enlarge or diminish a landlord’s right to terminate a tenancy pursuant to existing state or local law or the ability of a unit of federal, state, or local government to regulate or enforce a prohibition against a landlord’s harassment of a tenant.
(3)Nothing in this part 12:
(a)Prevents a landlord from seeking to collect rent due under the rental agreement; or
(b)Permits a landlord to violate section 8-2-130.
(4)Any waiver of a right under this part 12 by a tenant is void as a matter of public policy.
Section 38-12-1204 — Authorized conduct,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-38.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).