(1) In lieu of the publication of the opinions of the supreme court and the court
of appeals as provided for in this article, the supreme court may designate the published
volumes of the decisions of the supreme court and the court of appeals, as the same
are published by any person, firm, or corporation, to be the official reports of the
decisions of the supreme court and the court of appeals. Any publication so designated as the official reports may include both the opinions
of the supreme court and the court of appeals in the same volume.
(2) When any law of this state refers to the reports of the supreme court of the state
of Colorado, said law shall be construed as referring to the reports in which are
also contained the reported opinions of the court of appeals created pursuant to article
4 of this title.
(3) All books, both bound and unbound, and matrices covering the reports of the supreme
court and the court of appeals which were published prior to July 1, 1982, and which
are in the custody of the supreme court shall remain in the custody of the supreme
court for the purpose of sale or replacement, and the supreme court may fix the price
at which the prior official reports of the supreme court and the court of appeals
are to be sold to the public. The supreme court may replace any lost or destroyed books free of cost if such books
were originally distributed free of cost. The supreme court may authorize the reprinting of any prior volumes, the replacement
supply of which has become exhausted or insufficient. The supreme court may also contract for the storage of such books and to sell, give
away, destroy, or otherwise dispose of any excess books, bound or unbound, which it
deems not needed to provide a reasonable replacement supply.
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