Ct Condo Owners

Two Laws To Benefit Ct Condo Owners

October 11, 2013
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Theoretically owners of condos in Connecticut have several laws to help protect them against abusive acts from condo association boards and property managers. But the reality is that there is no state agency that condo owners can turn to for help to enforce their rights. The only real option in a serious dispute is...

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Gov. Malloy Signs Critical Condo Bill

July 15, 2013
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In what has the potential to be a major victory for condo owners in Connecticut, Gov. Malloy signed legislation Friday that would give the state more power to discipline property managers who violate state condo laws. Prior to this legislation – Public Act 13-289 – the state Department of Consumer Protection could only take...

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Hearing On Controversial Condo Law Proposals Scheduled For Monday In Hartford

March 23, 2013
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A public hearing has been scheduled for Monday on several proposed bills involving Connecticut condominium laws, including legislation that would require banks to reimburse associations for up to 12 months of maintenance fees in case of foreclosures. The hearing will start at 10 a.m. by the Judiciary Committee of the state General Assembly in...

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Prosecutor Drops Larceny Charges Against Shelton Condo Owners Investigating Their Property Manager.

October 19, 2012
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A state prosecutor Friday dropped larceny charges that had been filed against three Shelton condo owners accused of stealing financial documents from the property manager of their complex whom they were investigating for incompetence and double billing Joseph Miller, 79, a former board member, Kathy Benedetto, 56, a hospital accountant, and Joan Pagliuco, 66,...

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