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(1)(a) The secretary of state may give notice, in such manner as the secretary of state may determine, to any person about any matter arising under or with respect to this title, including notice regarding:
(I) The due date of a periodic report;
(II) The existence of grounds for delinquency;
(III) The pendency of dissolution upon expiration of period of duration;
(IV) The dissolution upon expiration of period of duration;
(V) The due date of a trade name renewal; and
(VI) The due date of a trademark renewal.
(b) The secretary of state may use a phase-in period or any other method to mitigate hardship on the reporting entity caused by electronic notification and may provide exceptions from such electronic notification where hardship or other good cause is shown.
(c) This subsection (1) does not affect a requirement that the secretary of state give notice under another provision of law.
(2) Neither the determination of the secretary of state to give, or not to give, any notice under the authority of subsection (1) of this section nor the failure of any person to receive any notice so given affects any obligation under or requirement of any provision of this title or excuses any noncompliance by any person of any obligation under or requirement of any provision of this title.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Colorado Revised Statutes Title 7. Corporations and Associations § 7-90-403. Notices by the secretary of state - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/co/title-7-corporations-and-associations/co-rev-st-sect-7-90-403/
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