AG Opinions

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 They may have been superceded by changes in constitutional, statutory, or case law.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. 84-23 AG Alpha No. RV MV AGANW - November 29, 1984

Victims and witnesses assistance and law enforcement fund; application to penalty assessments

Summary
The surcharge imposed on fines by section 24-4.2-104, C.R.S. (1984 Supp.) applies only to criminal actions charged pursuant to the penalty assessment provisions of sections 42-4-1501 and 33-6-104, C.R.S. (1984). The surcharge is to be collected by the clerk of the court after judgment is entered on the action by the court.

No. 84-21 AG Alpha No. LE HR AGANZ - November 28, 1984

Appointment of members to the Joint Budget Committee

Summary
The speaker of the house has both the power and duty to appoint the house members to the Joint Budget Committee in a manner consistent with the statute.


FORMAL
OPINION

of

DUANE WOODARD
Attorney General

No. 84-21

AG Alpha No. LE HR AGANZ

November 28, 1984

No. 84-22 AG Alpha No. LE HR AGANQ - November 28, 1984

Constitutional impediments to legislative action concerning the reorganization of higher education in Colorado

No. 84-20 AG Alpha No. EX AD AGANT - November 20, 1984

Interim appointments to the State Board of Equalization

No. 84-19 AG Alpha No. LO AD AGANJ - November 14, 1984

Whether property that is used for mining operations or oil and gas production and managed by the State Board of Land Commissioners is subject to ad valorem tax.

No. 84-18 AG Alpha No. AD AC AGAKH - October 2, 1984

Reimbursement of moving expenses upon rehire of employees on reemployment lists

Summary
Individuals on state reemployment lists are not "employees" in the state personnel system and thus are not entitled to reimbursement for moving expenses under section 24-50-134, C.R.S. (1982).


FORMAL
OPINION

of

DUANE WOODARD
Attorney General

No. 84-18

AG Alpha No. AD AC AGAKH

October 2, 1984

No. 84-17 AG Alpha No. JD SC AGANG - September 28, 1984

Investment of court registry funds in interest-bearing accounts.

Summary
The Judicial Department is statutorily permitted to earn interest for the state on moneys held in the court registries. The interest earned on such moneys shall be credited to the general fund in accordance with section 24-36-114, C.R.S. (1982).


FORMAL
OPINION

of

DUANE WOODARD
Attorney General

No. 84-17

AG Alpha No. JD SC AGANG

No. 84-16 AG Alpha No. IN ED AGANI - August 31, 1984

Self-insurance of workmen's compensation by the Colorado Department of Institutions

No. 84-15 AG Alpha No. RV DB AGANK - August 21, 1984

Whether automobile leasing firm is a motor vehicle dealer as provided in section 12-6-102(13), C.R.S. (1973) and whether the leasing firm's agent is a used motor vehicle dealer as provided in section 12-6-102(17), C.R.S. (1973)

No. 84-14 AG Alpha No. PA PE AGANF - August 14, 1984

Calculation of benefits payable to judges who leave the bench before becoming eligible to receive immediate payment of PERA benefits, and select a deferred annuity payable at a later date

AG Opinions

Connect

Find Colorado State Attorney General on TwitterFind Colorado State Attorney General on FacebookColorado State Attorney General RSS feed