Rule Review Notification Procedure
The Board of Assessment Appeals (the “BAA”) conducts continuous review of all of its rules to assess the continuing need for, appropriateness, and cost effectiveness of its rules to determine if they should be continued in their current form, modified or repealed.
The BAA considers:
- Whether each rule is necessary,
- Whether each rule overlaps or duplicates other rules of the BAA or other federal, state or local government rules,
- Whether each rule is written in plain language and is easy to understand,
- Whether each rule has achieved the desired intent and whether more or less regulation is necessary,
- Whether each rule can be amended to give more flexibility, reduce regulatory burdens, or reduce unnecessary paperwork or steps while maintaining its benefits,
- Whether each rule is implemented in an efficient and effective manner,
- Whether a cost-benefit analysis was required to be performed and, if so, whether a cost benefit analysis was performed by the BAA for each rule pursuant to Section 24-4- 103(2.5), C.R.S.,and
- Whether each rule is adequate for the protection of the safety, health, and welfare of the state or its residents.
The BAA accepts written input concerning its rules at any time. Written input may be provided at the following street address or email address:
All written input should include a subject line entitled, “Input Concerning BAA Rules Pursuant to Executive Order 2012-002 and SB 14-063."