Publications from the CT Department of
Publication from the Connecticut Attorney General's Office:
Formal Opinion 2007-025
statutory interest be assessed when a contractor enters into an
agreement to repay the Home Improvement or New Home Construction
Guaranty Funds pursuant to Sections 20-432, subsection (o), and 20-417i,
subsection (n), of the Connecticut General Statutes?
Reports - Office of Legislative Research
Publications from the
Connecticut Attorneys Title Insurance Company
Construction Contractor Requirements - 2019-R-0233
Provide an overview of the law’s new home construction contractor requirements
and the New Home Construction Guaranty Fund.
State-Sponsored First-Time Homebuyer Assistance Programs - 2019-R-0037
Briefly describe the state’s homebuyer financial assistance programs,
particularly for first-time homebuyers. This report updates OLR Report
Detector Requirements for Residential Dwellings - 2016-R-0163
Explain the smoke detector installation requirements for residential dwellings
in state law.
Improvement Guaranty Fund - 2015-R-0099
This report provides an
overview of the Home Improvement Guaranty Fund, including fund-related
Short Sales - 2013-R-0400
You asked for a summary of
the potential impact of requiring banks to (1) set a floor on any given
short sale price in Connecticut and (2) accept or reject offers above
that threshold within a certain time period.
Installing Renewable Energy Systems - 2011-R-0390
You asked for a description of the steps a
homeowner would need to take to install a renewable energy system in order
to reduce his or her dependence on the electric grid. This report focuses on
photovoltaic (PV) systems with a capacity of ten kilowatts or less, the most
common type of residential renewable energy system.
on Schools to Prospective Homebuyers - 2011-R-0375
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
Statute of Limitations -
Real Estate Sales -
You asked how long a residential real
estate buyer has to file a lawsuit because the seller failed to disclose
drainage or other related water problems.
Connecticut Building Code