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Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA)

by Roy, Christopher


The Office of Legislative Research has issued a report titled Statutory CUTPA Violations. The description states that "[t]his report lists the state’s statutory CUTPA (Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act) violations. It provides each violation’s statutory reference (or the public act creating the violation) and a brief description of the violation." The report further states that "[t]here are two types of CUTPA violations. The first is judicially determined, where a court decides if an action violated the law. The second is a per se violation, which is a specific statutorily prohibited action that automatically constitutes a CUTPA violation."

For further CUTPA research, each of our law libraries owns the following titles:

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