(1) A person required to file notification shall, with the first notification and
on or before January 31 of each year thereafter, pay to the administrator a nonrefundable
annual notification fee. The administrator is entitled to examine the loans, business, and records of such
person without issuance of a subpoena.
(3) Persons required to file notification who are assignees of consumer credit sales
or consumer leases shall pay an additional nonrefundable annual volume fee on or before
January 31 of each year for each one hundred thousand dollars, or part thereof, of
the unpaid balances at the time of the assignment of obligations arising from consumer
credit sales or consumer leases made in this state and taken by assignment during
the preceding calendar year.
(4) A penalty of five dollars per day shall be imposed on any person failing to comply
with this section; except that, if the fees required by this section are paid on
or before March 1 of each year, no penalty shall be imposed. If a person required to file notification and pay a notification fee fails to do
so, the consumer shall have no obligation to pay the finance charge due under the
consumer credit transaction, and any finance charges paid shall be refunded to the
consumer. In addition, if the administrator examines the loans, business, or records of such
person, the person shall pay the reasonable and necessary examination expenses of
(5)(a) The administrator shall determine the amount of the notification, volume, and
license fees required in this section and in section 5-2-302 and may periodically reduce or increase the amount of one or more of the fees if
necessary pursuant to section 24-75-402(3) and (4), C.R.S., to reduce the uncommitted reserves of the uniform consumer credit code cash fund
created in section 5-6-204 to which all or any portion of one or more of the fees is credited.
(b) In accordance with section 24-75-402(3)(c), C.R.S., for fiscal years prior to July 1, 2018, the uniform consumer credit code cash fund
is subject to an alternative maximum reserve of one-third of the amount expended during
the previous fiscal year. For fiscal years that begin on or after July 1, 2018, the fund is subject to the
maximum reserve established in section 24-75-402, C.R.S.
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