2016 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 22 - Education
Financial Policies and Procedures
Article 40 - Tax Levies and Revenues
§ 22-40-108. Revenues - reorganization
(1) If the corporate status of a school district is dissolved as a result of school district organization and all the bonded indebtedness of such school district has not been assumed by one or more school districts, the board of education of the successor district as designated in the plan of organization shall perform the duties and exercise the powers delegated to the board of education of the former school district relative to the certification of tax revenues needed to satisfy the obligations of bonded indebtedness incurred by said former district, receipt of such revenues, deposit or investment thereof, and satisfaction of such obligations which thereafter become due and payable; but the revenues from a tax levy, and the proportionate share of specific ownership taxes allocated thereto, to satisfy the bonded indebtedness of said former school district shall be held in a trust account in the bond redemption fund of the designated successor district for the purpose only of payment or redemption of bonds issued by said former school district. Any moneys remaining after all of the bonded indebtedness obligations of said former school district have been satisfied may be transferred to another account within the redemption fund of said designated successor school district or, in the absence of any outstanding bonded indebtedness obligations, to the capital reserve fund of said school district.
(2) If the corporate status of a school district is not dissolved as a result of school district organization, the board of education of the school district which incurred said bonded indebtedness shall continue to perform the duties and exercise the powers delegated thereto relative to the certification of tax revenues needed to satisfy the obligations of bonded indebtedness incurred by said school district, receipt of such revenues, deposit or investment thereof, and satisfaction of such obligations which thereafter become due and payable even though a portion of the territory of said school district shall be thereafter included in another school district; but if the annexing school district is located in another county, such powers and duties shall be performed by the annexing school district with proper remittance to the school district from which said territory was detached.
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