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West's Colorado Revised Statutes Annotated. Title 30. Government--County. County Powers and Functions. General. Article 15. Regulation Under Police Power. Part 1. Control and Licensing of Pet Animals.

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Citation: CO ST 30-15-104

Citation: C. R. S. A. 30-15-104


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 11/2013

Summary:   This Colorado statute immunizes the board of county commissioners or other local governing entity from liability associated with the impoundment of pet animals.  Specifically, it states the board or anyone authorized to enforce a local ordinance shall not be held responsible for any accident or subsequent disease that may occur to the animal in connection with the administration of the resolution or ordinance.


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The board of county commissioners, city council, board of trustees, or other governing body of a municipality, any of their assistants or employees, or any other person authorized to enforce the provisions of any dog control resolution or ordinance or any resolution concerning the control of pet animals shall not be held responsible for any accident or subsequent disease that may occur to the animal in connection with the administration of the resolution or ordinance.

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Repealed and reenacted by Laws 1977, H.B.1716, § 1, eff. July 7, 1977. Amended by Laws 1994, H.B.94-1137, § 12, eff. May 22, 1994.

 



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