The Colorado Lawyer
Vol. 36, No. 6 [Page 103]
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Colorado Supreme Court Rules Committee
Rule Change 2007(06)
Chapter 18, Colorado Court Rules
Rules Governing Admission to the Bar
Rule 201.3. Classification of Applicants
1) Class A applicants are those applicants as determined by the Bar Committee:
(a) who have been admitted to the Bar of another state, territory, or district of the United States which allows admission to members of the Colorado Bar on motion without the requirement of taking that jurisdiction’s bar examination,
(b) who have actively and substantially maintained a practice of law for five of the seven years immediately preceding application for admission to the Bar of Colorado in that state, territory, or district of the United States which allows admission to members of the Colorado Bar on motion without the requirement of taking that jurisdiction’s bar examination.
(2) through (5) [No Change.]
Amended and Adopted by the Court, En Banc April 26, 2007, effective immediately.
By the Court:
Nathan B. Coats, Justice
Colorado Supreme Court
United States Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Colorado
General Procedure Order 2007-3
In the Matter of Bankruptcy Court Records Retention and Disposal
THIS MATTER arises sua sponte upon the need to establish local procedures for the retention and disposal of paper records in accordance with authority approved by the Judicial Conference of the United States and the National Archives and Records Administration that permits the immediate disposal of paper documents scanned in their entirety in the Case Management/Electronic Case File (CM/ECF) system after May 12, 2006. Accordingly, it is
ORDERED that upon scanning and entry into the CM/ECF system, and after reviewing and verifying for quality control, the Clerk shall retain bankruptcy court paper records for the following periods:
1. Proofs of claim, three (3) years after date of entry;
2. Form 21 and Declarations of Social Security Number, five (5) years after date of entry; and
3. All other documents, six (6) months after entry; and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that upon conclusion of the retention periods described above, the Clerk shall, after notice to the judges and staff of this court as the Clerk deems appropriate, dispose of such records as a matter of course.
Dated: April 30, 2007.
By the Court:
Howard R. Tallman, Chief Judge
Sidney B. Brooks, Judge
A. Bruce Campbell, Judge
Elizabeth E. Brown, Judge
Michael E. Romero, Judge
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