Colorado Revised Statutes Title 4. Uniform Commercial Code § 4-9.5-110. Fees--rules--federal certification
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(1) Repealed by Laws 1996, S.B.96-98, § 9, eff. July 1, 1996.
(1.5) The central filing officer shall charge and collect fees and other charges, which shall be determined and collected pursuant to section 24-21-104(3), C.R.S., for:
(a) Distributing the master list;
(b) Furnishing any information;
(c) Furnishing a copy of any filed record;
(d) Filing any record required or permitted to be filed under this article.
(2) The central filing officer is hereby authorized to adopt such rules as are necessary to carry out the provisions of this article and to conform the central filing system to the requirements of the federal “Food Security Act of 1985”.
(3) The central filing officer may contract with one or more public or private parties to perform some or all of its duties under this article; except that the central filing officer may not delegate the power to make rules or regulations, conduct public hearings, prescribe forms, and establish services and fees therefor.
(4) Deleted by Laws 2003, Ch. 251, 6, eff. July 1, 2003.
(5) Revenues collected by the central filing officer pursuant to this article shall be transmitted to the state treasurer, who shall credit the same to the department of state cash fund created in section 24-21-104 (3), C.R.S.
(6) Repealed by Laws 2003, Ch. 251, § 6, eff. July 1, 2004.
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