C.R.S. Section 39-10-115
Certificate of taxes due


Upon request, the treasurer shall certify in writing the full amount of taxes due upon any parcel of real property or mobile home in his or her county, and all outstanding sales for unpaid taxes as shown by the records of his or her office or the records of the department of revenue, with the amount required for redemption of such sales, if the same still are redeemable. The treasurer shall include on such certificate of taxes due an itemized list of the mill levies and amount of taxes and assessments imposed by each taxing jurisdiction and a statement that information regarding special taxing districts and the boundaries of such districts may be on file or deposit with the board of county commissioners, the county clerk and recorder, or the county assessor. A fee shall be collected for each such certificate issued by him or her, as provided in section 30-1-102, C.R.S.


When signed by the treasurer, such certificate, showing payment of all taxes due and the redemption of all outstanding tax sales, shall be conclusive evidence for all purposes and against all persons that the parcel of real property or mobile home therein described was, at the time, free and clear of all property taxes due to the county and from all tax sales except tax sales whereon the time for redemption had already expired and the purchaser had received a deed.


Any loss resulting to any person from an error in a tax certificate issued by the treasurer shall be paid by the county represented by the treasurer issuing such certificate.


No person other than the treasurer or an authorized agent of the treasurer shall issue any property tax certificate.

Source: Section 39-10-115 — Certificate of taxes due, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-39.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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