Connecticut Property and Real Estate Laws
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If you have some property along the Connecticut River and you’re worried about trespassers’ rights, or you’re renting an apartment in New Haven and wondering how the Nutmeg State handles the landlord-tenant relationship, it always helps to be familiar with state property and real estate laws. Connecticut has statutes that govern how property ownership can be gained through a process called adverse possession, regulations regarding the rights and responsibilities of renters, as well as laws that offer protections for homeowners worried about losing their houses in bankruptcy. Click on the links below for state-specific resources for property and real estate laws in Connecticut.
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