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Connecticut Law About Buying, Building or Selling a Home

You asked whether the law or the real estate industry code of ethics bars a realtor from comparing school systems when showing homes to prospective buyers. Statute of Limitations - Real Estate Sales-2006-R-0585 You asked how long a residential real estate buyer has to file a lawsuit because the seller failed to disclose drainage or other

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JD-CR-109 Rev. 1-17 SUPERIOR COURT C.G.S. § 54-66. P.B

(7 days ago) Address of real estate being pledged (Number, street, town, state and zip code) 6. What is your ownership interest in this property? Amount of mortgage. Instructions: Every person who owns the property being pledged must fill out and sign a separate copy of this form, under oath, and file it with the Clerk of Court. ADA NOTICE

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Connecticut Law About Property Tax Appeals

(7 days ago) Real Estate Tax Appeals in Connecticut: Practical Perspectives, CBA [book with 2 cassette tapes] - Check your local law library for availability See Property Tax Appeals (Municipal) for a listing of other relevant library materials.; COVID-19 Executive Orders Affecting State and Local Government Operations and Elections - 2020-R-0112 (See Property Tax Collection and Assessment, pages 8-10)

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Property of Spouses in Connecticut

(6 days ago) real and personal estate and to receive conveyances of real and personal estate from the other spouse or from third persons as if unmarried. Each spouse may bring suit in his or her own name upon contracts or for torts and he or she may be sued for a breach of contract or …

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Foreclosure of Mortgages in Connecticut

(7 days ago) mortgage or other lien upon real estate shall set forth, in Complaint The complaint in all actions seeking the foreclosure of a addition to the other essentials of such complaint: All encumbrances of record upon the property both prior and subsequent to the encumbrance sought to be foreclosed,

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Public Records Online

(7 days ago) License Verification - Find license status for companies, individuals, and business entities under the authority of the Department of Public Health and the Department of Consumer Protection, including medical professionals, home improvement contractors, new home contractors, real estate professionals, and individuals engaged in other trades and

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the case file, which may be available to be viewed

(7 days ago) Real Estate. Motor Vehicle Other Property. Savings Checking. Cash Other Assets. Application. Note: This form will be put in the case file, which may be available to be viewed by the public. Appellate matter (Supreme or Appellate Court) Appellate filing fee (Supreme or Appellate Court) Cost of the transcript for appeal. Grounds for Appeal

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Trust Accounts and Random Audits

(1 days ago) At a real estate closing there was a dispute and I held an escrow of $5,000 as the buyer’s attorney. I believe that the seller has fulfilled the terms of the escrow and I should disburse the money but my client will not authorize the disbursement. What should I do? I regularly receive sizeable retainers.

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Official Court Forms of the Connecticut Judicial Branch

(3 days ago) ADA notice : The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable accommodation in accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA contact person. Important Notice : If you save forms on your computer, the version you save may not be the most current version and may not satisfy current Practice Book or

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Connecticut Law About Adverse Possession

(8 days ago) Sec. 47-26. No right to railroad, railway or canal land by adverse possession. Sec. 47-27. Title by adverse possession by or against railroad. Sec. 47-31. Action to settle title or claim interest in real or personal property. Sec. 52-575. Entry upon land to be made within fifteen years. Connecticut Public Acts.

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Collection of Delinquent Property Taxes in Connecticut

(1 days ago) real estate and acquire absolute title thereto and if any other municipality having one or more tax liens upon such real estate at the time such foreclosure title becomes absolute has not, either as plaintiff or defendant, been made a party thereto, the tax liens of each of such other

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Connecticut Law About Enforcing Money Judgments

(2 days ago) Judgment lien on real property. Sec. 52-397. Examination of judgment debtor. Sec. 52-400. Costs of examination. Sec. 52-400a. Protective order by court. Execution against specified property. Sec. 52-400b. Penalty for failure to comply with certain court orders. Sec. 52-400c. Attorney's fees. Sec. 52-400d. Appeal of certain court decisions.

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Plaintiff's Court-Approved Requests for Disclosure and

(4 days ago) I. "Real estate agent" means one who acts or acted on behalf of either the owner or buyer of the property to assist in, facilitate, arrange, or bring about the purchase or sale of the property. J. "Rental agent" means one who acts or acted on behalf of either the owner or

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The ‘‘officially re

(9 days ago) ‘‘In real estate contracts, the fact that a specific time is fixed for payment or for conveyance does not make time of the essence—at least, it does not make performance at the specified time of the essence. . . . When the parties to a real estate contract

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D.N. HHD-CV18-6102462-S : APPELLATE COURT HIGH RIDGE …

(7 days ago) HIGH RIDGE REAL ESTATE OWNER, LLC : V. : STATE OF CONNECTICUT BOARD OF REPRESENTATIVES OF : JULY 1, 2020 THE CITY OF STAMFORD PETITION FOR CERTIFICATION Pursuant to Practice Book Section 81-1 et seq., Defendant Board of Representatives of the City of Stamford (“Board of Reps”) seeks review of the February

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Property Tax Appeals (Municipal)

(4 days ago) assessment purposes, the value of the plaintiff's real estate must be distinguished from the value of i is the realty itself which is subject to the property tax Wilton Campus 1691, LLC v. Town of Wilton, 191 Conn. App. 712, 714–15, 216 A.3d 653 (2019). “In their joint appeal, the plaintiffs claim that the trial court erred by ing penalties

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Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Libraries

(2 days ago) Real Property Law Terms - 4 Curtesy: “is the corresponding right of the husband by which he is entitled, on the death of his wife, to a life estate in the lands of which she was seized during her coverture, provided they have had lawful issue born alive which might have been capable of inheriting the estate.

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Connecticut Law About Encroachment by an Adjoining Landowner

(Just Now) Encroachment by an Adjoining Landowner in Connecticut. Section 1. Encroachment by vegetation. Section 2. Encroachment by structure. Legislative Reports from the Connecticut Office of Legislative Research: Falling Trees Damaging Others' Property - 2018-R-0157. Tree Roots Damaging Neighbor's Property – 2018-R-0163.

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Tax and Administrative Appeals Session

(3 days ago) Real estate conveyance tax . Appeals arising from challenges to municipal assessments of real and personal property are governed by General Statutes §§12‑117a and 12‑119 and must be filed with the Superior Court for the judicial district where the municipality is located. Therefore, the Tax and Administrative Appeals Session does not have

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The ‘‘officially re

(8 days ago) of the real estate has a desire or intent to sell, even if the owner has received a bona fide offer to purchase. Case law, as hereinafter discussed, establishes that a right of first refusal cannot become operative unless the owner intends to sell the real estate in question. A ‘‘right of first refusal’’ has been defined and distin-

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Tax and Administrative Appeals Session FAQs

(Just Now) Real estate property tax appeals under General Statutes § 12-117a (where the taxpayer is contesting only the valuation of the property) must be filed within two months from the date that notice is mailed of the action taken by the board of tax review or the board of assessment appeals.

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CT Statewide Grievance Committee

(8 days ago) Appearing in Connecticut to perform a real estate or business closing and related duties. Appearing in Connecticut for a legal meeting with an existing or potential client. Top. 4. What is the fee for a notification pursuant to Rule 5.5(f)? The State of Connecticut Judicial …

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Connecticut Law About Municipal Taxes

(2 days ago) OLR Backgrounder: Real Estate Conveyance Tax 2017-R-0107. Schedule for Paying Property Taxes 2017-R-0235. Municipal Authorization to Tax Property 2014-R-0037. Update: Evasion of Property Taxes on Motor Vehicles 2014-R-0285. Local Option Property Tax Relief Programs 2012-R-0236

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The “officially released”

(9 days ago) real estate broker in the Danbury real estate market, performing brokerage services under the business name,‘JeanetteHaddad,Broker.’3 Sheemployedseveral licensed salespersons, including Theodore Haddad, Sr., and she engaged the services of her son, Theodore Haddad, Jr., who was a licensed real estate broker with

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THE RESERVE REALTY, LLC, ET AL. WINDEMERE RESERVE, LLC, …

(Just Now) of the estate of J, a real estate broker who was a founding member of R Co., sought to recover damages from the defendants W Co. and B Co., for, inter alia, breach of certain real estate listing agreements that allegedly would have entitled the plaintiffs to certain brokerage fees and commissions. In 2002, a group of real estate developers, D Co.,

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Research Guide: Rights of Surviving Spouse in Connecticut

(1 days ago) real and personal property passing under the will of the deceased spouse…” Conn. Gen. Stat. § 45a-436(a) (2019). Statutory share: “…means a life estate of one-third in value of all the property passing under the will, real and personal, legally or equitably owned by the

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Cohabitation Law in Connecticut

(8 days ago) Cohabitation Law - 7 Hallie Fisher, Special Considerations in Estate Planning for Same- Sex and Unmarried Couples, 21 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 177 (2013). Frank S. Berall, Estate Planning Considerations for Unmarried Same or Opposite Sex Cohabitants, 23 QLR 361 (2004-2005). Frank S. Berall, Tax Consequences Of Unmarried Cohabitation,

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Tax and Administrative Appeals Decisions

(2 days ago) The Good Foundation v. Windham, Superior Court, judicial district of Windham at Putnam, Docket No. CV 08 4008026 (October 14, 2011, Aronson, JTR) (foundation’s real and personal property were exempt from taxation pursuant to General Statutes § 12-81 (7) as the foundation was organized for scientific pursuits). Kasica v.

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Connecticut Law About Elderly Tax Credits

(1 days ago) Sec. 12-170aa. Tax relief for certain elderly or totally disabled homeowners. Reductions in real property taxes. Sec. 12-170bb. Annual report concerning tax relief for elderly homeowners and grants to elderly renters. Preparation by the Office of Policy and Management. Sec. 12-170cc. (Formerly Sec. 12-170c).

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NO. CV 01 0076121S : SUPERIOR COURT COOPERATIVE, INC

(Just Now) All the real estate taxes on the entire property will be assessed to the corporation. The stock owned by each cooperative owner will be in that proportion which the value of his or her residential unit bears to the value of the entire [property].” 8 R. Powell & M. Wolf, Powell on Real Property (2003) §54A.05, p. …

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Answer, Special Defense, Counterclaim, and Setoff to a

(2 days ago) mortgage on real estate the time period shall be fifteen days. The filing of interrogatories or requests for discovery shall not suspend the time requirements of this section unless upon motion of either party the judicial authority shall find that there is good cause to suspend such time requirements.” Conn. Practice Book § 10-8 (2019).

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The ‘‘officially re

(7 days ago) DeMattia was the owner of certain real estate known as 391 Boston Post Road in Orange. He entered into an agreement, dated March 15, 2000, for the sale of the subject property to Mauro. The contract contained a mortgage contingency clause in which the buyer was given a …

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Municipal Tax Sales (Extra-Judicial)

(3 days ago) real property by municipalities. DEFINITIONS: Tax Sale: “The statutory method for collection of unpaid real estate taxes with which this case is concerned is the public auction, or ‘tax sale,’ pursuant to General Statutes § 12-157, as amended by Public Act No. 95-228 § …

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APPLICATION FOR WAIVER OF FEES/PAYMENT OF COSTS

(7 days ago) Real Estate Motor Vehicle. Other Property Savings. Checking Cash. Other Assets. This form must be used only for family and family support magistrate matters. For civil, housing and small claims matters, use form JD-CV-120. Costs for participating in parenting education under C.G.S. § 46b-69b Appellate matter (Supreme or Appellate Court

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AFFIDAVIT OF INDIGENCY — FEE WAIVER, CRIMINAL

(7 days ago) Page 1 of 2. Net income $ Total liability $ Real estate $ Motor vehicle $ Other $ Savings $ Checking $ Stock value $ Bond value $ Total assets $ A. Real Estate..

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The ‘‘officially re

(8 days ago) The sales contract, which was the standard form real estate contract provided by the Fairfield County Bar Association,4 contained a mortgage contingency clause stating: ‘‘This [a]greement is contingent upon BUYER obtaining a written commitment for a loan . . . . [If] BUYER is …

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FINANCIAL AFFIDAVIT HELP TEXT

(5 days ago) Total Net Value of Real Estate If you have more than one property, add up the value of your interests in all your real estate and put the total amount of all of the properties combined where it says total net value of real estate. a. Value This is the estimated value of your motor vehicle. c. Equity

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Filling Out and Filing a Financial Affidavit Short Form

(2 days ago) These can include real estate, motor vehicles, boats, jewelry, bank and savings accounts, insurance, and investments. Screen 4 The Court rules on Financial Affidavits can be found in the Connecticut Practice Book at sections 25-30 and 25a-15. You will want to look at these Court rules to make

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The “officially released”

(9 days ago) all real estate taxes and to keep the property prop-erly insured. During the term of the lease, as modified, the lessee defaulted on its obligations under the lease. Thereafter, on September 9, 2013, the plaintiff brought a complaint2 against the lessee and the guarantor alleging, among

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Connecticut Judicial Branch Self-Represented Parties

(2 days ago) Part A is for Real Estate assets. This can include your primary home, a vacation home or other real property you own. In the line provided, enter the address of the property and check the appropriate box to indicate if it is owned by you alone (S), jointly with your spouse (JTS) or jointly with another person .

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NO. CV 07 4014469 : HARTFORD/WINDSOR HEALTHCARE …

(9 days ago) nursing homes and (2) the valuation of the subject real estate on the October 1, 2006 Grand List. The parties agreed to have the court decide the classification issue before valuation is determined as the classification of the property has an important bearing on valuation. The General Assembly enacted Public Act (P.A.) 06-183, § 2 (codified

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The ‘‘officially re

(9 days ago) Revere Real Estate, Inc. v. Cerato, 186 Conn. 74, 78–79, 438 A.2d 1202 (1982). ‘‘[W]e will upset a factual determination of the trial court only if it is clearly erroneous. The trial court’s findings are binding upon this court unless they are clearly erroneous in light …

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The “officially released”

(8 days ago) real estate list-back agreement, which requires the purchaser of real property to use the services of a particular broker when leasing or reselling the property, constitutes a tying arrangement that is per se illegal. The plaintiffs, R Co., a real estate marketing company, and H, the executor

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742 APRIL, 2021 203 Conn. App. 742

(Just Now) property. Instead, M hired a real estate agent to list the property for sale or for rent in August, 2016. The agent had known both the defendant and M for many years and had represented them in real estate transactions in the past. On September 22, 2016, the agent held an open house at the R Street property. After the open house, the agent

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JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONv.ROGER …

(1 days ago) miums and real estate taxes that had accrued from the time of default; it only required the defendants to reimburse the plaintiff for real estate taxes that it paid in January, 2016, and, on an ongoing basis, for all future property tax and insurance payments until the end of the litigation. The court established the following pay-

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