Connecticut State Laws
- Nonprofit Corporation Statutes generally apply to any incorporated Common Interest Community. In Connecticut, look to the The Connecticut Revised Non Stock Corporation Act which applies to all associations that are incorporated as non-stock corporations. (Connecticut General Statutes, Sections 33-1000 through 33-1330)
- The Connecticut Unit Ownership Act applies to condominiums created prior to January 1, 1977. The Connecticut Condominium Act applies to condominiums created between January 1, 1977 and December 31, 1983.
- The Connecticut Common Interest Ownership Act applies to all common interest communities created on or after January 1, 1984 and applies to many of the activities of common interest communities created prior to that date (Connecticut General Statutes, Sections 47-200 through 47-299).
*The above list may not be a complete list of all laws and regulations that govern HOAs in your state. HOA-USA recommends that you reach out to a law firm that has experience in the field of HOA Law if you have questions concerning laws, state statutes or your governing documents.