For the second time in a month, Denver made headlines for filing felony charges against a short-term rental “host.”  In both cases, the accused had executed a notarized affidavit confirming that the property served as the host’s primary residence, which is a requirement under Denver’s short-term rental regulations.  The charges resulted from investigations by the City, including internet research and property visits, following complaints from neighbors that the hosts didn’t actually live on site.

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Cory Rutz represents industrial, commercial, residential, and mixed-use real estate owners and developers in various matters relating to land use entitlements. Her practice includes assisting clients with subdivision, zoning, public improvement fees, easements, and common interest community development under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (CCIOA).