Helpful resources for our residents, including phone numbers, links to CT state statutes and downloadable documents we’ve found useful over the years.

Utility TypeCompany NameTelephone Number
ElectricCL&P / Northeast Utilities800-286-2000
Electric, Water & SewerGroton City Public Utilities860-446-4000
Electric, Gas, Water & SewerNorwich Public Utilities860-887-2555
Natural GasYankee Gas800-989-0900
Water & Sewer Waterford, New LondonVeolia860-447-5222
Water (Mystic area)Aquarion Water Co., Inc.860-536-3735
Water – Montville/Gales FerrySoutheastern CT Water Authority860-464-0232
Cable TelevisionAdelphia888-683-1000
Cable TelevisionComcast800-266-2278
Cable TelevisionThames Valley (City of Groton)860-446-4009

The following information is provided by the Connecticut Judicial Department which cautions that this should be your STARTING place for research.

  • Public Act No. 11-195 An Act Concerning Elections of the Executive Boards of Directors of Condominium Unit Owners Associations and Changes to the Common Interest Ownership Act.

Connecticut General Statutes

Selected Statutes:

Chapter 828  Common Interest Ownership Act

Chapter 825  Unit Ownership Act (Revised to 1975) (PDF)

Note: The Unit Ownership Act is not published in the current statutes, but it governs condominiums created before 1977.

Roberts Rules of Order Newly Revised. FAQ

Custom HOA Websites

Get a custom website specific to you and your members association in just a few short days! Northeast Property Group offers all our condominium clients a customized HOA website that always displays up to the second data. Board members have access to detail-rich monthly board reports and the ability to authorize vouchers online, plus owners get access
to account information, ACH payment withdrawals, work order submission, access to digitized association documents such as minutes, rules, & announcements, email notifications, flexibility to update contact info, and more. See your manager for pricing.

CIT Bank (Formerly CA Banc)

Pay your condo dues online! If your Association holds accounts with CA Banc (and most do) you can pay your fees online by following the link above. Have your coupon ready. Payment can be made as a one time E-Payment which is free or via credit card for a nominal charge.

Order Community Documents. All clients, real estate agents, mortgage brokers, etc. must go to CondoCerts to retrieve condo documents such as mortgage questionnaires, rules, bylaws, declaration, budgets, real estate certificates and more.

Condo4Sale is a specialized marketing tool for the condominium seller and a clearing house of condominiums for the condo buyer. It collects all the condominiums for sale in Southeastern Connecticut and makes them easy to search.

Bouvier, Beckwith, & Lenox Insurance

Current customers of BBL Insurance can visit to request a new mortgage insurance certificate for your unit.

Community Associations Institute

Connecticut Chapter of the CAI, a valuable resource for community managers and homeowners associations.

Common Interest Ownership Act

This is the big kahuna for all management companies and owners of condominium units in the state of CT. The complete act that governs formation, management, and termination of a common interest community. (If this were Lord of the Rings, it would be the one ring…the precious)

The New London Day Newspaper

News source for Southeastern CT.

CT Condo Law Specialists

Perlstein, Sandler & McCracken, LLC provides legal services to over 300 condominium, community, and homeowner associations throughout Connecticut.