2017 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 38 - Property - Real and Personal
Real Property
Article 30 - Titles and Interests
§ 38-30-146. Fraternal society may hold and convey real estate

Any odd fellows or masonic lodge or other like benevolent and fraternal society duly chartered by its grand body according to the laws, constitution, and usages of such fraternity, and not wishing to become a corporate body, may take and hold real estate for its use and benefit by purchase, grant, devise, gift, or otherwise in and by the name and number of said body according to the respective registers of the grand body under which the same may be held, and the presiding officer of such body, together with the secretary thereof, may make conveyances of any real estate belonging to such body, when authorized by said body, under such regulations as the said society or its grand body may see fit to make. All such conveyances shall be attested by the seal of said subordinate body.

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