AG Opinions - 1984

These opinions were based on the law as it existed at the time the opinions were issued. They may have been superceded by changes in constitutional, statutory, or case law.

No. 84-07 AG Alpha No. EX AD AGAMQ - April 24, 1984

Conditional pardons intended to effect the deportation of foreign nationals convicted of felonies in Colorado

Summary
A pardon may be conditioned upon the exclusion of a convicted foreign national from the United States through deportation by federal authorities and it may be revoked upon an illegal return to the United States.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

DUANE WOODARD
Attorney General

No. 84-7

AG Alpha No. EX AD AGAMQ

No. 84-06 AG Alpha No. LE HR AGAMY - April 2, 1984

H.B. 1108 (1984 session)

Summary
H.B. 1108, in its original and in its reengrossed revised form, would not violate either article V, section 17 or article V, section 21, of the Colorado Constitution.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

DUANE WOODARD
Attorney General

No. 84-6

AG Alpha No. LE HR AGAMY

April 2, 1984

No. 84-05 AG Alpha No. ED AD AGAMN - March 29, 1984

Amendments to Teacher Employment, Dismissal, and Tenure Act, C.R.S. 1973, 22-63-101 et seq.

No. 84-03 AG Alpha No. HE HE AGAKM - March 5, 1984

1) Metropolitan State College statutory authority to extend its campus beyond the Auraria Higher Education Center Campus and 2) Colorado Commission on Higher Education's review of off-campus instruction

Summary
MSC is located at AHEC. It cannot extend its campus without legislative approval. Any instruction MSC is authorized to offer off AHEC is subject to CCHE review.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

DUANE WOODARD
Attorney General

No. 84-04 AG Alpha No. RG IN AGAMM - March 5, 1984

The exemption from premium tax on premiums paid by certain public entities pursuant to C.R.S. 1973, 10-3-209(1)(d)(IV)

No. 84-01 AG Alpha No. RG BR AGAMH - January 30, 1984

Legality of a mobile barber/beauty shop based on the interpretation of the definition of a shop as provided in C.R.S. 1973, 12-8-103(4) (1978 repl. vol. 5)

No. 84-02 AG Alpha No. AD AD AGAMD - January 31, 1984

Statutory and constitutional restrictions on the use by state educational institutions of installment purchase contracts to acquire personal property.

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