CT Condo News: Windham County

Can A Connecticut Condo Board Restrict Owners From Renting Their Units?

Paul of Plainville asks what appears to be a simple question; can a condo board of directors restrict owners from renting their units or do owners have the right to vote on this issue? Unfortunately the answer is complex and could depend on the exact circumstances involved in each condo complex. The decision could have

Ask Attys Pat And George: Can A Husband and Wife Both Serve On A Ct Condo Board Of Directors?

A Connecticut couple wants to know if there is anything in the state statutes that would prevent both of them from running for board of directors at their condo complex. Glastonbury Attorney Patricia Ayers and Hartford Attorney George Coppolo agreed: state statutes do not prevent the two from being on the same board, unless the

Ask Ct Condo Atty. George: Do Connecticut Condo Laws Apply To Associations Created Prior To 1984?

The Common Interest Ownership Act (CIOA) generally governs the creation, alteration, management, termination, and sale of common interest communities created in Connecticut on or after January 1, 1984 (CGS § 47-214). The law allows condominiums, cooperatives, and other planned communities established before January 1, 1984 to amend their declaration, bylaws, or surveys and plans to

Ask Atty. George: What Rights Do I Have At Condo Board Meetings

Reportedly, some Condominium Boards of Directors are requiring that unit owners notify the board of their intention to appear at a board meeting and to let the board know if they wish to speak at the meeting. Once they notify the board, they are given a specified time to attend the meeting and asked to