(1) The municipal governing body shall furnish the municipal court with suitable courtroom
facilities and sufficient funds for the acquisition of all necessary books, supplies,
and furniture for the proper conduct of the business of the court.
(2) In order to carry out the provisions of subsection (1) of this section, the municipal
governing body may locate court facilities outside of the municipality or county in
which the municipality is located, if such facilities are in reasonable proximity
to the municipality and the governing body determines that suitable facilities cannot
be provided within the municipality.
(3) Any two or more governments may cooperate or contract, pursuant to part 2 of article 1 of title 29, C.R.S., to provide joint court facilities and supplies. Such joint facilities may be located outside of any or all of the cooperating or
contracting governments but shall be located within reasonable proximity to each of
the cooperating or contracting governments.
(4) Where, pursuant to this section, a municipality locates its court facilities outside
of its boundaries, any reference in this article to the municipality in which the
court is located shall mean the municipality creating the municipal court, and any
reference in this article to the county in which the municipal court is located shall
mean the county in which the municipality creating the court is located.
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