Here are some basic resources for condominiums in Connecticut.
This statute, also known as “CIOA,” applies to common interest communities created on or after January 1, 1984. An annotated version can be found here: CIOA Annotated. Portions of it apply to communities created before then, as stated in the footnotes in the table of contents and in the parenthetical notes after relevant section numbers.
A comprehensive set of amendments were made to the Connecticut Common Interest Ownership Act in 2009. The amendments are based on the 2008 Amendments to the Uniform Common Interest Ownership Act or â€œUCIOAÂ 3.0â€ of theÂ National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws or â€œNCCUSL.â€ Portions of the amendments were effective upon enactment in 2009. The rest will become effective on July 1, 2010.
Amendments to CIOA via Public Act No. 09-225
The amendments to the common interest ownership act effective July 1, 2010 are contained in Public Act No. 09-225, is available in full at the state of CT siteÂ here:CIOA Amendments.
This statute, also known as the “Condo Act,” applies to condominiums created on or after January 1, 1977 through December 31, 1983.
This statute, which is no longer codified in the Connecticut General Statutes, applies to condominiums created before 1977.
This statute, also known as the “Nonstock Act,” applies to common interest communities whose associations of unit owners are incorporated as nonstock corporations.
This statute, Chapter 400b of the Connecticut General Statutes, applies to managers of community associations.
This federal statute,Â Pub.L. 109-243, July 24, 2006, 120 Stat. 572, which is cross-referenced to 4Â U.S.C. Â§ 5, applies to all community associations and limits their ability to restrict the display of the United States Flag.