During the course of a foreclosure action, the lender must request a District Court hearing to determine the legitimacy of the foreclosure. This hearing is called a "Rule 120" hearing.
Once the hearing is scheduled, a notice is sent out to the owner of the property in foreclosure, usually by the lender's attorney. You may choose to respond to the notice, by filing a written response with the clerk of the court at 1437 Bannock Street Denver, CO 80202.
If no response is filed, the motion is automatically approved and an "Order Authorizing Sale" is issued. The "Order Authorizing Sale" is a required document for the foreclosure to proceed to sale. If a response is filed, a court date will be scheduled for you to air your grievances before a judge.