C.R.S. Section 42-6-137
Fees


(1)

Intentionally left blank —Ed.

(a)

Upon filing with the authorized agent an application for a certificate of title, the applicant shall pay to the agent a fee of seven dollars and twenty cents, which shall be in addition to the fees for the registration of such motor vehicle. If the additional fee of seven dollars and twenty cents is collected by a third-party provider, as defined in section 42-1-102, the provider shall collect and remit the fee to the department, who shall transmit the fee to the authorized agent.

(b)

Repealed.

(2)

Upon the receipt by an authorized agent of a mortgage for filing under section 42-6-121, 42-6-125, or 42-6-129, the filer shall pay the authorized agent the fees that are imposed by law for the filing of like instruments in the office of the county clerk and recorder and, in addition, a fee of seven dollars and twenty cents for the issuance or recording of the certificate of title and the notation of the existence of the mortgage. If the additional fee of seven dollars and twenty cents is collected by a third-party provider, as defined in section 42-1-102, the provider shall collect and remit the fee to the department, who shall transmit the fee to the authorized agent.

(3)

Upon application to the authorized agent to have noted or recorded on a certificate of title the extension of a mortgage described in the certificate of title and noted or recorded on the certificate, such authorized agent shall receive a fee of one dollar and fifty cents.

(4)

Upon the release and satisfaction of a mortgage and upon application to the authorized agent for the notation on the certificate of title pursuant to section 42-6-125, such authorized agent shall be paid a fee of seven dollars and twenty cents.

(5)

For the issuance of a copy of a recorded certificate of title, except as may be otherwise provided in this part 1, the authorized agent shall be paid a fee of eight dollars and twenty cents. If the department assigns a new identifying number to any motor vehicle, the fee charged for such assignment shall be three dollars and fifty cents.

(6)

Upon filing with the director or authorized agent an application for a certificate of title, a motor or off-highway vehicle dealer who applies to receive a certificate of title shall pay to the director or authorized agent a fee of twenty-five dollars.

(7)

An authorized agent shall, if possible, provide the following recording of titles on the same day as the date of request by an applicant:

(a)

A title issued because of a transfer of a motor or off-highway vehicle currently titled in Colorado;

(b)

A title issued for a new motor or off-highway vehicle upon filing of a manufacturer’s statement of origin without liens; and

(c)

Any other title issued or recorded by the director or the authorized agent. The director and authorized agents shall take into account the best service for citizens in the most cost-effective manner, the use of electronic issuance of titles, and consideration of the business plan for issuing titles at county offices.

(8)

Notwithstanding the amount specified for any fee in this section, the director by rule or as otherwise provided by law may reduce the amount of one or more of the fees if necessary pursuant to section 24-75-402 (3), C.R.S., to reduce the uncommitted reserves of the fund to which all or any portion of one or more of the fees is credited. After the uncommitted reserves of the fund are sufficiently reduced, the director by rule or as otherwise provided by law may increase the amount of one or more of the fees as provided in section 24-75-402 (4), C.R.S.

Source: Section 42-6-137 — Fees, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-42.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

42–6–101
Short title
42–6–102
Definitions
42–6–103
Application
42–6–104
Administration - rules
42–6–106
Certificates of registration - plates
42–6–107
Certificates of title - contents - rules
42–6–109
Sale or transfer of vehicle - program
42–6–110
Certificate of title - transfer - department records - rules - definition
42–6–110.5
Certificates of title - arrangements for transfer of title upon death - beneficiary designation forms - definitions
42–6–111
Sale to dealers - certificate need not issue
42–6–112
Initial registration of a vehicle - dealer responsibility to timely forward certificate of title to purchaser or holder of a chattel mortgage - penalty
42–6–113
New vehicles - bill of sale - certificate of title - rental businesses - rules
42–6–114
Transfers by bequest, descent, or law
42–6–115
Furnishing bond for certificates
42–6–116
Applications for filing of certificates of title - rules
42–6–117
Filing of certificate
42–6–118
Amended certificate
42–6–119
Certificates for vehicles registered in other states
42–6–120
Security interests upon vehicles
42–6–121
Filing of mortgage - rules
42–6–122
Disposition of mortgages by agent - rules
42–6–123
Disposition after mortgaging
42–6–124
Disposition of certificates of title
42–6–125
Release of mortgages - rules
42–6–126
New certificate upon release of mortgage
42–6–127
Duration of lien of mortgage - extensions - rules
42–6–128
Validity of mortgage between parties
42–6–129
Second or other junior mortgages
42–6–130
Priority of secured interests
42–6–131
Mechanic’s, warehouse, and other liens
42–6–133
Foreign mortgages and liens
42–6–134
Where application for certificates of title made
42–6–135
Lost certificates of title
42–6–136
Surrender and cancellation of certificate - penalty for violation
42–6–136.5
Salvage title
42–6–137
Fees
42–6–138
Disposition of fees
42–6–139
Registration and title application - where made
42–6–140
Registration upon becoming resident
42–6–141
Director’s records to be public
42–6–142
Penalties
42–6–143
Altering or using altered certificate
42–6–144
False oath
42–6–145
Use of vehicle identification numbers in applications - rules
42–6–146
Repossession of motor vehicle or off-highway vehicle - owner must notify law enforcement agency - definition - penalty
42–6–147
Central registry - rules
42–6–148
Off-highway vehicles - sales
42–6–201
Definitions
42–6–202
Prohibited acts - penalty
42–6–204
Private civil action
42–6–205
Consumer protection
42–6–206
Disclosure requirements upon transfer of ownership of a salvage vehicle - rules - definitions
Green check means up to date. Up to date

Current through Fall 2024

§ 42-6-137’s source at colorado​.gov