C.R.S. Section 12-145-113
Other remedies

  • contracts void
  • public nuisance
  • seizure of equipment


Every agreement or contract for the services of an outfitter shall be void and unenforceable by the outfitter unless the outfitter is duly registered with the division under the provisions of this article 145 when the services are contracted for and performed.


Every motor vehicle, trailer, vessel, firearm, weapon, trap, equipment, livestock, or other personal property used in outfitting services in violation of the provisions of this article 145 is declared to be a class 2 public nuisance. Unless in conflict with the specific provisions of this section, the provisions of article 13 of title 16 shall apply to any action taken pursuant to this section.


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Any personal property subject to seizure under this section that is seized as a part of or incident to a criminal proceeding for violation of this article 145 and for which disposition is not provided by another statute of this state shall be disposed of as provided in this section.


The court may order the property sold in the manner provided for sales on execution.


The proceeds of the sale shall be applied as follows:


To the fees and costs of removal and sale;


To the payment of any costs the state has incurred from the action; and


The balance, if any, to the office of the district attorney who has brought the action.

Source: Section 12-145-113 — Other remedies - contracts void - public nuisance - seizure of equipment, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-12.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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§ 12-145-113’s source at colorado​.gov