Colorado Marriage Laws § 14-15-110Issuance of a civil union license - certification - fee.
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Colorado Revised Statutes 14-15-110
(1) When both parties to a proposed civil union complete a civil union application and at least one party appears, or both parties appeared if permitted pursuant to section 14-2-106.5, before the county clerk and recorder and pays to the county clerk and recorder the civil union license fee and other fees described in subsection (2) of this section, and the county clerk and recorder determines that the parties meet the criteria specified in sections 14-15-104, 14-15-105, and 14-15-106, the county clerk and recorder shall issue a civil union license and a civil union certificate form. Both parties to the proposed civil union shall sign the application attesting to the accuracy of the facts stated. (2) The civil union license fee is seven dollars plus an additional amount established pursuant to section 25-2-121, C.R.S. The county clerk and recorder shall forward the additional amount to the state treasurer who shall credit it to the vital statistics records cash fund pursuant to section 25-2-121, C.R.S. In addition, the county clerk and recorder shall collect a fee of twenty dollars to be transmitted by the county clerk and recorder to the state treasurer who shall credit the same to the Colorado domestic abuse program fund created in section 39-22-802 (1), C.R.S.
L. 2013:Entire article added, (SB 13-011), ch. 49, p. 153, § 1, effective May 1.; HB23-1278 eff Aug 1, 2023
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