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(a) After default, a secured party has the rights provided in this part 6 and, except as otherwise provided in section 4-9-602, those provided by agreement of the parties. A secured party:
(1) May reduce a claim to judgment, foreclose, or otherwise enforce the claim, security interest, or agricultural lien by any available judicial procedure; and
(2) If the collateral is documents, may proceed either as to the documents or as to the goods they cover.
(b) A secured party in possession of collateral or control of collateral under section 4-7-106, 4-9-104, 4-9-105, 4-9-106, or 4-9-107 has the rights and duties provided in section 4-9-207.
(c) The rights under subsections (a) and (b) of this section are cumulative and may be exercised simultaneously.
(d) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (g) of this section and section 4-9-605, after default, a debtor and an obligor have the rights provided in this part 6 and by agreement of the parties.
(e) If a secured party has reduced its claim to judgment, the lien of any levy that may be made upon the collateral by virtue of an execution based upon the judgment relates back to the earliest of:
(1) The date of perfection of the security interest or agricultural lien in the collateral;
(2) The date of filing a financing statement covering the collateral; or
(3) Any date specified in a statute under which the agricultural lien was created.
(f) A sale pursuant to an execution is a foreclosure of the security interest or agricultural lien by judicial procedure within the meaning of this section. A secured party may purchase at the sale and thereafter hold the collateral free of any other requirements of this article.
(g) Except as otherwise provided in section 4-9-607(c), this part 6 imposes no duties upon a secured party that is a consignor or is a buyer of accounts, chattel paper, payment intangibles, or promissory notes.
(h) For purposes of this part 6, in taking possession of collateral by self-help, “breach of the peace” includes, but is not limited to, engaging in the following actions without the contemporaneous permission of the debtor:
(1) Entering a locked or unlocked residence or residential garage;
(2) Breaking, opening, or moving any lock, gate, or other barrier to enter enclosed real property; or
(3) Using or threatening to use violent means.
(a) Each contract under a preferred provider benefit plan between an insurer and a physician or other practitioner or a physicians' group must have a mechanism for resolving complaints initiated by an insured, a physician or other practitioner, or a physicians' group.
(b) A complaint resolution mechanism must provide for reasonable due process that includes, in an advisory role only, a review panel selected in the manner described by Section 1301.053(b).
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Colorado Revised Statutes Title 4. Uniform Commercial Code § 4-9-601. Rights after default--judicial enforcement--consignor or buyer of accounts, chattel paper, payment intangibles, or promissory notes - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/co/title-4-uniform-commercial-code/co-rev-st-sect-4-9-601.html
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