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(a) Deleted by Laws 2008, Ch. 84, § 6, eff. May 29, 2012.
(b) The secretary of state shall ensure that presentation for filing may be accomplished electronically, without the necessity for the presentation of a physical original document or the image thereof, if all required information is included and readily retrievable from the data transmitted. All electronic filings shall be retained in a form that facilitates location of the information so filed and production of a true and accurate physical printout or other representation of the information so filed.
(c) The secretary of state is hereby specifically authorized to establish prepaid accounts, an electronic debit system, a system for the acceptance of credit cards or electronic funds transfers, or any combination thereof.
(d) To facilitate the filing of documents in the office of the secretary of state electronically, the secretary of state is hereby specifically authorized to adopt, by rule, technical standards governing such filings and to reject documents that do not comply with such standards. Such standards may include, without limitation, the specification of commercially available software or the dissemination of software compatible with the secretary of state's reception, storage, and retrieval system. Where national standards are available and have been promulgated by a recognized professional organization, the secretary of state shall consider and may use such national standards as the basis for the rules.
(e) Deleted by Laws 2008, Ch. 84, § 6, eff. May 29, 2012.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Colorado Revised Statutes Title 4. Uniform Commercial Code § 4-9-529. Electronic and other filings - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/co/title-4-uniform-commercial-code/co-rev-st-sect-4-9-529.html
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