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Connecticut Foreclosure law

HomeForeclosuresConnecticut Foreclosure law

In Connecticut State although both judicial and non-judicial forms of foreclosure are available, judicial foreclosure is the most widely opted process.

  • Once the lender files a judicial foreclosure lawsuit in the court, the borrower has to respond to it within fifteen days from the date of filing.
  • Except if agreed upon to the contrary in the Deed of Trust or Mortgage, reinstatement of loan is permitted.
  • If a court decree passed and the property is sold under foreclosure the previous owner will have to vacate in respect to the order of ejectment issued by the Court.

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