eFiling Instructions

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Permanent Rule Filing
Emergency or Additional Permanent Rule Filing

Correction Filing



Correction Filing

  1. Request an AG Letter for a Correction
  2. File a Correction

 

I.  Request an AG Letter for a Correction

Use this process to file nonsubstantive corrections, such as typographical or transcription errors. Consult with your AAG before beginning this process: he/she can tell you whether the change requires a rulemaking hearing or if the error is nonsubstantive.

  1. Log in to the Secretary of State’s eFiling system
  2. Under "Correction Filing", click on "Step 1: File a Request for an AG Letter".
  3. Choose the Colorado Code of Regulations number in the drop-down list. The title will automatically be filled in.
  4. Attach a file containing the corrected text. You only need to file the paragraphs that have corrections. Explain what is being corrected.
  5. In the "Comments" field, enter the tracking number of the rulemaking that needs to be corrected, if it is available.
  6. Enter your contact information.
  7. Click on "Submit".
  8. Print the confirmation screen and keep it as proof of your filing. If a confirmation page does not appear, your filing was not completed. You can resubmit the filing, or call our office if you need help.

The eFiling system will send an e-mail to the Attorney General’s Office that will alert them to your filing.  After the AG Letter has been issued, a notice will be e-mailed to you. You can then complete your rulemaking by eFiling your correction with the Secretary of State and the Office of Legislative Legal Services.

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II. File a Correction

  1. Log in to the Secretary of State’s eFiling system
  2. Under "Correction Filing", click on "Step 2: File a Correction".
  3. Enter the tracking number and click on "Go".
  4. You can view your correction document or the Attorney General correction letter by clicking on the appropriate link.
  5. Review the information on the form.  Make sure that all of the information entered is correct. If you see any problems, call us for help.
  6. Click on "Submit".
  7. Print the confirmation screen and keep it as proof of your filing.  If a confirmation page does not appear, your filing was not completed. You can resubmit the filing, or call our office if you need help

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