Colorado Revised Statutes Title 23. Postsecondary Education § 23-31-403. Proof of ownership required--when
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(1) It is unlawful for any person to transport or possess any forest product in the state of Colorado without proof of ownership. Said proof of ownership shall be signed by the person transferring possession of said forest products and shall contain the date of the transfer of possession, the name and address of the transferee, the location at which the forest products were obtained, and the quantity of forest product transferred. Such proof of ownership may consist of one or more of the following:
(a) A permit, contract, or other writing issued by the landowner or proper state or federal agencies;
(b) A bill of sale or sales receipt showing title thereto;
(c) A log or product load receipt or inventory;
(d) A ticket issued by the seller authorizing removal of forest products; or
(e) Any written statement by a person transporting forest products harvested or removed from property owned by such person.
(2) Any person who transports or possesses any forest product intended for resale shall, upon request of any sheriff, undersheriff, deputy sheriff, police officer, town marshal, Colorado state patrol officer, parks and recreation officer, Colorado wildlife officer, or an agent of the Colorado bureau of investigation, exhibit valid proof of ownership.
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