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Bradford Publishing (no charge to registered users of the Denver Public Library) - As part of the resources of the Denver Public Library, some Bradford forms are available at no charge to registered users of the Denver Public Library.
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Colorado Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedures - Published by CBA-CLE books, Colorado Rules of Civil and Appellate Procedures is a new, comprehensive, and authoritative reference for your practice library. This handy reference guide includes the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure (Chapters 1 through 17A), the Colorado Rules of County Court Civil Procedure, the Colorado Rules of Procedure for Small Claims Court, and the Colorado Appellate Rules. You will also find committee comments and annotations. In soft-bound format, this volume is convenient as a desk reference or for taking to court. The book is accompanied by a CD with the rules as well as helpful forms, including forms from Chapters 1 through 17A of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure, county court forms, small claims court forms, and appellate forms. The rules and forms for the new Civil Access Pilot Project are also available on the CD. Click here for more information, and how to order.