Notice To Quit In Connecticut

Eviction Process in Connecticut

The first step in the Summary Process (Eviction) procedure is the Notice to Quit Possession. The form you must use for the Notice to Quit, which the court will provide upon request, must be completed with the exact name and address, including the apartment number, floor number or other designation, if any, of each adult tenant you want to evict and must be signed by you as the plaintiff/landlord. There must be an original Notice to Quit Possession and sufficient additional copies for each tenant who lives there. You should also keep 1 (one) copy for your own records.

You must state a reason on the Notice to Quit. The most frequently used reasons for evictions are non-payment of rent and termination of lease by lapse of time. Evictions for other reasons may be more complex.

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