C.R.S. Section 37-4-105
Report of appraisal commissioners


The board of appraisers shall prepare a tabulated report of its findings which shall be bound in book form and which shall be known as the conservancy appraisal record. Such record (Schedule Form VI) shall contain the names of the owners of property appraised as they appear on the tax rolls or from the records of the office of the county clerk and recorder, a description of the property appraised, the amount of benefits appraised, the amount of damages appraised, and the appraised value of land or other property which may be taken for the purposes of the district. The appraisers shall also report any other benefits or damages or any other matter which, in their opinion, should be brought to the attention of the court. No error in the names of the owners of property or in the descriptions thereof shall invalidate said appraisal or the levy of assessments or taxes based thereon, if sufficient description is given to identify such property.


When the report is completed, it shall be signed by at least a majority of the appraisers and deposited with the clerk of the court who shall file it in the original case. At the same time certified copies of that part of the report giving the appraisal of benefits and appraisals of land to be taken and of damages in any county other than that in which the original case is pending shall be made and filed with the county clerk and recorder of such county.

Source: Section 37-4-105 — Report of appraisal commissioners, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-37.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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