As used in this part 2, unless the context otherwise requires:
(1) “Act of issuance” means an ordinance, resolution, or decision to issue a security pursuant to delegated
authority adopted by the issuing authority or officer of a public entity for the purpose
of issuing a security or an amendment to such ordinance, resolution, or decision adopted
by the issuing authority after the issuance of a security.
(2) “Issuing authority” means the governing body of any public entity in which the laws of this state vest
the authority to issue securities through an act of issuance.
(3) “Public entity” means any state agency, state department, political subdivision, quasi-governmental
entity, or any entity that is created by the constitution or statute of this state
that is authorized to issue securities. Such entities include the following:
(a) The state treasurer;
(b) Any state educational institution, or other state institution, its governing board,
or other issuing authority of such institution constituting a body corporate;
(c) Any county or city and county;
(d) Any municipality;
(e) Any school district;
(f) Any district organized or acting pursuant to the provisions of title 32, C.R.S.;
(g) Any district or authority organized or acting pursuant to the provisions of title
29, 30, or 31, C.R.S.;
(h) Any water conservancy district;
(i) Any other political subdivision or governmental or quasi-governmental entity of
(k) A nonprofit corporation organized under the law of this state and created solely
for the purpose of issuing securities on behalf of an entity listed in paragraphs
(a) to (i) of this subsection (3).
(4) “Revenues” means all or any portion of any taxes, tolls, fees, rates, charges, assessments,
grants, contributions, or other income and revenues received by the public entity.
(5) “Securities” means any financial contract, note, warrant, bond, certificate, or debenture authorized
to be issued by a public entity under other laws of this state.
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