CT Home Improvement Act Applies To Contracts With Condo Association

by Ryan McKeen A Connecticut Superior court has held that CT’s Home Improvement Act applies to contracts with condominium associations. Bridgeport Garden Apartment, Inc. v. Villa Gesell Construction, LLC (Cocco, JTR). CT’s home improvement act is broad in scope, provides powerful protections to homeowners, and imposes significant obligations on contractors. This case is interesting.  Most … Read more

Jepsen On CT Condo Ombudsman Legislation

by Ryan McKeen This week I am publishing my interview with CT Attorney General Candidate George Jepsen.  Each day I will be publishing a segment of the interview.  I’ve thought for some time, that George Jepsen is the best candidate for Attorney General and I support his candidacy. I asked Mr. Jepsen some fairly open … Read more

Condo Duplex A Conplex

File this under things I never thought about. In Connecticut there are condo complexes that are comprised entirely of two units. The street term for these condos are conplexs. One part condo and one part duplex. These units would appear to the naked eye to be a duplex or a two family home. Why do … Read more

CT Condo Law: Displaying Political Signs

Common interest communities are interesting legal creatures. Most condo owners own both more and less than they may think (that’s another blog post for another day). Displaying a political sign is a way for a homeowner to show support for a candidate. Driving around my neighborhood I see signs everywhere: “Obama/Biden” “Annie Hornish” “George Colli” … Read more