"Self-service storage facility" means any
real property designed and used for the renting or leasing of
individual self-contained units of storage space to occupants who
are to have access to such units for storing and removing personal
property only, and not for residential purposes.
A self-service storage facility and an owner
are not a warehouse, as defined in section
42a-7-102, except that if an owner issues a document of title,
as defined in section
42a-1-201, for the personal property stored, the owner and the
occupant are subject to the provisions of article 7 of the Uniform
Commercial Code and the provisions of this chapter do not apply.
Conn. Gen. Stat.
Connecticut Department of Consumer
Department of Motor Vehicles:
Office of Legislative
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You asked several questions regarding the Connecticut's sales tax
on furnishing self-storage space.
Connecticut Department of Revenue Services:
– Self-Service Storage Facilities
Owner's lien upon defaulting occupant's property. Regulations.
Satisfaction of lien. Notice to occupant and holders of security
Contents of notice.
Sale or disposition of property; where held.
Advertisement of, and time for sale. Allocation of proceeds.
Redemption of property by occupant or holder of security interest.
Rights of purchaser in good faith.
Disposition of balance of proceeds following satisfaction of lien.
Other remedies of parties not impaired.
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Lien on Motor Vehicles Abandoned at Self-Service Storage Facilities
Registration of self-storage facility
Preliminary requirements for sale or other disposition of a motor
Notice to occupant, motor vehicle owner and lienholder
Filing of notice of intent to transfer with the commissioner
Sale or other disposition of motor vehicles