C.R.S. Section 40-41-113
Effect of other laws and judicial decisions


If any provision of this article 41 conflicts with any other law regarding the attachment, assignment, perfection, effect of perfection, or priority of any security interest in or transfer of CO-EI property, the provision of this article 41 governs to the extent of the conflict.


Effective on the date that CO-EI bonds are first issued, if any provision of this article 41 is held to be invalid or is invalidated, superseded, replaced, repealed, or expires, that occurrence does not affect any action allowed under this article 41 that was lawfully taken by the commission, an electric utility, an assignee, a collection agent, a financing party, a bondholder, or a party to an ancillary agreement before the occurrence, and any such action remains in full force and effect.


Nothing in subsection (1) or (2) of this section precludes an electric utility for which the commission has initially issued a financing order from applying to the commission for:


A subsequent financing order amending the financing order as authorized by section 40-41-105 (4); or


Approval of the issuance of CO-EI bonds to refund all or a portion of an outstanding series of CO-EI bonds.

Source: Section 40-41-113 — Effect of other laws and judicial decisions, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-40.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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