|Replevin Recovering Personal Property|
A Replevin is an action to recover/return the possession of property to the person who is entitled to possession. If the property has been sold, damaged or destroyed, the prevailing party may also be entitled to additional relief in the form of money damages.
This page will help you learn about the rules & laws of Replevins in County or District Court, case filing form & fee requirements, available services in Colorado, common legal terms & frequently asked questions.
Please read the instructions below (JDF 115), before completing any forms. The instructions provide a step-by-step approach to assist you with completing the necessary forms. All forms are available in WORD, WORD - Template or Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format. The forms in PDF or WORD template can be completed online & then printed.We are in the process of translating many of our forms in Spanish. You may find that some Instructions and Forms, for example Adoption, Adult and Minor Name Change, etc., are not translated at this time. All forms must be completed in English pursuant to Colorado law, see §13-1-120, C.R.S.
Sections with Spanish Forms
JDF 115 - Instructions for Replevin Download PDF Download Word Document Revised 07/13 Forms
CRCCP 1 - County Civil Summons Download PDF Download Word Document Download Word Template Document Revised 07/02 CRCCP 3 - Answer Under Simplified Civil Procedure Download PDF Download Word Document Revised 10/13 JDF 116 - Verified Complaint in Replevin Download PDF Download Word Document Revised 01/12 JDF 117 - Order to Show Cause Download PDF Download Word Document 01/03 JDF 118 - Judgment and Order for Possession Download PDF Download Word Document 01/03 JDF 119 - Prejudgment Order for Possession After Hearing Download PDF Download Word Document Revised 01/12 JDF 120 - Bond in Replevin Download PDF Download Word Document 01/03 JDF 121 - Writ of Assistance Download PDF Download Word Document 01/03 If you would like to provide comments about this site, please contact us. Please note - By law, we cannot provide legal advice. Should you need additional assistance or forms that are not provided on this site, you may wish to consult an attorney.