Colo. Rev. Stat. § 11-51-304.5

Current through 2021 Legislative Session
Section 11-51-304.5 - Notice filing - investment companies
(1) With respect to a security that is a federal covered security as defined in section 18 (b)(2) of the federal "Securities Act of 1933", as amended, 15 U.S.C. sec. 77r(b)(2), that is not otherwise exempt under section 11-51-307, 11-51-308, 11-51-308.5, or 11-51-309, before the initial offer of the security, the issuer must file with the securities commissioner a form NF established by the North American Securities Administrators Association, or an analogous form prescribed by the securities commissioner, along with a notice filing fee, which fee shall be determined and collected pursuant to section 11-51-707.
(2) A notice filing under this section is effective only for securities sold within twelve months after the date on which the form NF was filed with the securities commissioner. On or before the expiration date, the issuer may renew a notice filing by filing another form NF and paying a renewal fee, which fee shall be determined and collected pursuant to section 11-51-707. The renewed notice filing becomes effective upon the expiration of the filing being renewed.
(3) If the securities commissioner finds there is a failure to comply with a notice filing or fee requirement of this section, the securities commissioner may issue a stop order suspending the offer or sale of those securities for which notice filing has not been made or the notice filing fee has not been paid. If the securities commissioner finds that a deficiency is corrected, the stop order is void and no penalty will be imposed.

C.R.S. § 11-51-304.5

Added by 2018 Ch. 280,§ 3, eff. 8/8/2018.
L. 2018: Entire section added, (HB 18-1388), ch. 280, p. 1756, § 3, effective August 8.