Connecticut Rental Agreement

Connecticut Lease & Property Management Resources

The laws governing landlords and tenants in Connecticut can be complex and cumbersome, and the state has a notoriously complicated eviction process and leasing laws. For example, did you know that electronic funds transfers cannot be required for the rent or security deposit? We know it can be a lot of information to manage, which is why ezLandlordForms has all the electronic and human resources you need to stay on top of it all.

We can help you get through the process of renting out your property from start to finish. Want your prospective tenants to fill out, e-sign and email back a rental application? No problem. Want to run credit reports and criminal background checks? We do that too, and you’ll even receive a letter-grade recommendation. Once you’ve found your tenant, you can auto-import the data into a Connecticut Lease Agreement, and we will walk you through the CT legal restrictions and beyond. We offer a New Landlord Guide as well as a vast array of articles on a variety of topics. You can post a question for your fellow landlords and property experts on our forum. You can also find local real estate investing clubs or Connecticut attorneys to help you along the way. Chat with our live agents to have your technical questions answered as you go!

We want to be your one-stop-shop for everything you need to be a successful landlord. Even when the state laws are numerous and complex, you can manage your investment and know that you are in compliance. You can create any document right now by simply filling in a few details and options. We’ll help you customize all the forms you need for your successful Connecticut rentals.

Connecticut Residential Lease Agreements

Connecticut Lease Our Connecticut Lease Agreement is packed with CT Assist tips to help ensure your custom rental agreement will stand up to the state’s complicated landlord statutes. As you make your decisions about your lease agreement, the CT Assist guidelines will help you stay in line. You can automatically create custom addenda, and add required and informational documents to your lease package. The process just couldn’t be made any easier. You can check it out for yourself right now, just by clicking Create Lease and filling in your custom information.

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Connecticut Landlord Forms

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Connecticut has unique and strict landlord-tenant laws; our CT lease wizard helps guide you through them as you build a Connecticut lease!

Connecticut Notice to Quit Possession
The first step in the Summary Process, (eviction) is to serve the tenant with a "Notice To Quit Possession".

Connecticut Eviction Process Instructions & Sample Forms
This useful information has been provided by the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch of the Superior Court. Please see these detailed instructions on how to evict a tenant.

Connecticut Official Complaint - Non-Payment of Rent
The official CT court form used for tenants who have not paid rent and proper notice has been served. The Notice to Quit and lease should be attached when filing.

Connecticut Official Complaint - Termination of Lease by Lapse of Time
This Official Complaint is used if a tenant has not vacated the premises at the end of the lease and after the Official Notice To Quit has been served.

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Connecticut Attorneys

Connecticut Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Doris B. D'Ambrosio
Law Office of Doris B. D'Ambrosio
West Hartford, CT
  Geoffrey T. Einhorn
Law Offices Geoffrey T. Einhorn, LLC
Wallingford, CT
Michael Todd Taylor
The Law Offices of Michael Todd Taylor
West Haven, CT

Connecticut Links and Resources

Connecticut Rental Resources Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Library
Connecticut Landlord Tenant Law

Connecticut Real Estate Investment Clubs

Connecticut Landlord Clubs
Connecticut Real Estate Investors Association, Cromwell, CT
Meeting Time: 5:30 - 9:00 pm - Date Varies - check website., Number of Members: 500  More Connecticut Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Connecticut Real Estate Investment Articles

Connecticut Rental Articles
Connecticut Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted May 11, 2009
This summary of Connecticut's landlord-tenant laws provided by, Steven G. M. Biro, Esq. and Doris B. D'Ambrosio, Esq.

Fair Housing Enforcement Expands & Evolves: What You Need to Know
Posted April 15, 2014
Federal and state regulators are cracking down on Fair Housing violations, which have grown subtle, complex and often misunderstood.

RealtyTrac Backpedals & Reverses Move to Display Controversial Neighborhood Data
Posted April 08, 2014
RealtyTrac reversed course this week, rescinding its recent move to include comprehensive additional data alongside real estate listings.

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