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This desktop reference includes case law & statutory mandates, and model forms for housing court & other landlord-tenant civil litigation for both commercial and residential settings.

Connecticut Landlord and Tenant Law is a desktop reference that covers the legal relationship between tenants and landlords, both in commercial and residential settings. This book includes an overview of lease construction and interpretation, the statutory obligations of landlords and tenants, summary process litigation, and non-summary process litigation. Chapters include:  

  • Statutory Construction in Landlord Tenant Law
  • Lease Construction and Interpretation
  • Landlord and Tenant’s Statutory Rights and Responsibilities—Residential Tenancies
  • Forcible Entry and Detainer Statute
  • Security Deposits and Advanced Payments
  • Certificates of Occupancy
  • Housing Court Proceedings
  • Summary Process Litigation
  • Post Judgment Proceedings
  • Summary Process Execution/Eviction of Tenants
  • Civil Litigation for Damages Valuable appendices to the book include an annotated glossary of common trigger provisions and concepts in commercial lease litigation as well as housing court forms and other landlord-tenant related forms. 


Additional Information
SKU QBKLAN08
Division Name Connecticut Law Tribune
Volumes 1
Product Types Books
Brand The Connecticut Law Tribune
Publication Date October 1, 2008
Jurisdiction Connecticut
ISBN 978-1-57625-731-9
Page Count 230
Edition 1
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Noble Allen

Noble Allen, a partner at Hinckley Allen Synder in Hartford, practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation including premises liability/insurance claims defense and landlord/tenant law.
Mr. Allen is Chair of Tyler Cooper's Commercial Landlord and Tenant Practice Group. He routinely litigates premises liability and commercial landlord tenant law cases. He regularly counsels commercial landlords and tenants regarding issues such as premises liability, eviction and lease litigation, and general leasing matters. He has lectured on and authored several articles regarding commercial leasing and landlord tenant litigation.
Mr. Allen served as a Court-Appointed Member of the Statewide Grievance Committee for the State of Connecticut from 2000 to 2006, and is also a Court-Appointed Arbitrator for the New Haven Judicial District. His other affiliations include: International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), American Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association (Litigation Section -Executive Committee); Connecticut Defense Lawyers Association; The New Haven County Bar Association. Mr. Allen graduated from Norwich University, Corps of Cadets (B.A., 1982), The American University, School of International Service (M.A., 1985), The American University, Washington School of Law (J.D., 1991).

Chapter 1: Statutory Construction in Landlord Tenant Law

 

1-1 Landlord and Tenant Defined

1-2 Other Statutory Definitions

1-3 Residential Rental Agreements/Leases

1-3:1 The Plain Language Act

1-3:2 Prohibited Terms in Rental Agreements/Residential Leases

1-4 Commercial Leases

 

 Chapter 2: Lease Construction and Interpretation

 

2-1 Lease Agreements Generally

2-2 Elements and Principles of a Lease

2-2:1 Modification of Leases

2-3 License Agreements Distinguished from Leases

 

Chapter 3: Landlord and Tenant Statutory Rights and Responsibilities and Residential Tenancies

 

3-1 Landlord Obligations and Responsibilities

3-1:1 Action by Tenant to Enforce Landlords Responsibilities

3-1:1.1 Jurisdiction/Standing

3-1:1.2 The Complaint

3-1:1.3 The Hearing

3-1:1.4 The Tenant's Relief

3-1:1.5 The Landlords Counterclaim

3-1:1.6 Depositing Rent Into Court

3-1:1.7 Motion/Hearing to Terminate Court Payments

3-2 Tenant’s Obligations and Responsibilities

3-3 Landlord’s Rules and Regulations

3-4 Tenant’s Abandonment and Legal Implications

3-5 Tenant’s Death and Implications

3-6 Tenant’s Breach of Rental Agreement

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