CT Condo News: CCOC News

Looking For Legislative Suggestions For 2017 General Assembly

As we prepare for the 2017 legislative session we would like to invite suggestions from our members. The CCOC executive committee has discussed potential law changes we would like to initiate. But it is important for us to get your thinking before we finalize our agenda. One thing we can tell you now is that

CCOC Leadership

EXECUTIVE BOARD   PRESIDENT Gail Egan Gail@ctcondonews.com George Gombossy George@ctcondonews.com Lynn Jones Judy Doneiko, CPA ADVISORY BOARD Atty. George Coppolo Legislative Chair Atty. Pat Ayers Communication Chair Judith Rudikoff Investigation Committee Gail Egan, Chair Legal Consultants Atty. Pat Ayars Atty. George Coppolohttp://www.ctcondonews.com/2015/05/01/ccoc-leadership/

IMPORTANT LINKS Chapter 828 Common Interest Ownership Act http://www.cga.ct.gov/2011/pub/chap828.htm Chapter 825 Condominium Act http://www.cga.ct.gov/current/pub/chap_825.htm FIND YOUR LEGISLATOR http://www.cga.ct.gov/asp/menu/cgafindleg.asp Department Of Consumer Protection http://www.ct.gov/dcp/site/default.asp License Lookup https://www.elicense.ct.gov/

Connecticut Condo Owners Need Legal Protection From Some Abusive Boards

A recent survey by the Connecticut Condo Owners Coalition (CCOC) has provided documentation of a long ignored, pervasive and continuing problem in the relationship that begins when an individual buys a condo or time share, and is then subject to governance by the condo’s board and management. Few prospective owners walk into this relationship fully

Small Condominium Associations Are Dangerous

Real estate experts warn us to take at least as much care, if not more, checking out a condo than a single family home prior to purchase. That goes double for small associations with less than a dozen units. The major reason is that it’s unlikely that a small association can afford to hire a