C.R.S. Section 6-19-402
Notice and filing


The notice and filing provided to the attorney general pursuant to section 6-19-103 shall include all proposed agreements relating to the proposed transaction, all agreements regarding collateral transactions that relate to the principal transaction, any reports of financial and economic analysis that the nonprofit entity reviewed or relied on in negotiating the proposed transaction, and an explanation of how the completed transaction will comply with the requirements of section 6-19-403. The attorney general shall notify the parties to the transaction if the filing is complete or incomplete within thirty days after the initial filing and shall specify the omitted documentation if incomplete. An initial filing that includes a schedule for the submission of subsequently produced or acquired documents may be deemed complete by the attorney general.


Within sixty days after the complete filing required by this section, the attorney general shall notify in writing the parties to the transaction of the results and conclusions of the review and assessment. The attorney general may extend this period for an additional period of up to ninety days if the attorney general determines, for good cause, that additional time is warranted and so advises the parties in writing. The attorney general shall notify the parties of any extension as soon as possible.

Source: Section 6-19-402 — Notice and filing, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-06.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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§ 6-19-402’s source at colorado​.gov