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Sec. 20-311. Definitions.
Sec. 20-311a. Real Estate Commission.
Sec. 20-311b. Duties of commission.
Sec. 20-311c. Executive director. Expenses of commission members. Records.
Sec. 20-311d. Bond for chairperson.
Sec. 20-311e. Deposit of fees.
Sec. 20-311f. Arbitration of disputes between brokers or salespersons.
Sec. 20-312. Licensing.
Sec. 20-312a. Liability of brokers for salespersons affiliated as independent contractors.
Sec. 20-312b. Licensed real estate broker or real estate salesperson not deemed "employee" under section 31-275.
Sec. 20-313. Application for license.
Sec. 20-314. License qualifications. Examinations. Renewals. Fees. Reinstatement. Hearings.
Sec. 20-314a. Regulations concerning approval of schools, courses, programs and advertising. Exemption from experience requirement for certain applicants.
Sec. 20-314b. Validity of license.
Sec. 20-314c. Real estate student intern program. Application. Exemption from license requirements while enrolled in intern program.
Sec. 20-315. Bond.
Sec. 20-316. Grounds for refusal of license.
Sec. 20-317. Persons licensed in another state as a real estate broker or salesperson. Requirements for Connecticut license. Consent to suits and actions.
Sec. 20-318. Certificate.
Sec. 20-319. Renewal. Continuing education requirements. Regulations.
Sec. 20-319a. Change of salesperson's employment or affiliation. Fees.
Sec. 20-320. Suspension or revocation of licenses. Fines.
Sec. 20-320a. Referral of any buyer of real property to an attorney or mortgage broker prohibited, when. Suspension or revocation of licenses. Fines.
Sec. 20-320b. Prohibition against influencing real estate appraisals. Violation, penalty.
Sec. 20-321. Notice and hearing.
Sec. 20-322. Appeal.
Sec. 20-323. Revocation of license upon conviction of crime.
Sec. 20-324. Misrepresentation; penalty.
Sec. 20-324a. Real Estate Guaranty Fund.
Sec. 20-324b. Fee payable to fund.
Sec. 20-324c. Level of guaranty fund. Credits to guaranty fund and General Fund.
Sec. 20-324d. Limitation of actions.
Sec. 20-324e. Procedure.
Sec. 20-324f. Penalty for false or untrue claim.
Sec. 20-324g. Procedure for commission.
Sec. 20-324h. Payment from guaranty fund.
Sec. 20-324i. Regulations.
Sec. 20-324j. Appeal of commission decision, order or regulation.
Sec. 20-324k. Brokers to maintain escrow or trust account for certain moneys held. Disputed deposits.
Sec. 20-325. Engaging in business without license.
Sec. 20-325a. Actions to recover commissions arising out of real estate transactions. Real estate broker's lien for real property. Claim for lien. Provisions re commercial real estate transactions
Sec. 20-325b. Certain real estate agreements to contain notice regarding commissions. Requirements.
Sec. 20-325c. Real estate broker or salesperson acting as mortgage broker.
Sec. 20-325d. Disclosure of representation.
Sec. 20-325e. Hearings re real property claims for liens. Foreclosures. Judicial intervention.
Sec. 20-325f. Broker subagency. Written consent of client required. Vicarious liability of principal.
Sec. 20-325g. Dual agency consent agreements. Conclusive presumption of informed consent.
Sec. 20-325h. Prohibitions on use or disclosure of confidential information.
Sec. 20-325i. Designated buyer agents and seller agents.
Sec. 20-325j. Regulations re appointment of designated buyer or seller agent.
Sec. 20-325k. Commercial real estate transactions. Notice of commission rights.
Sec. 20-325l. Cooperation with out-of-state brokers and salespersons regarding commercial real estate transactions in this state.
Sec. 20-325m. Real estate brokers to retain certain real estate transaction records.
Sec. 20-326. Report to Governor.
Sec. 20-327. Employees.
Sec. 20-327a. Periodic publication of information and material.
Sec. 20-327b. Residential condition reports. Exemption. Regulations.
Sec. 20-327c. Credit due purchaser at closing if report not furnished.
Sec. 20-327d. No new implied or express warranties created. Seller not required to secure inspections, tests or other methods of determining condition of property.
Sec. 20-327e. Seller's representations construed to extend to his actual knowledge only.
Sec. 20-327f. Notice re existence of hazardous waste facilities. Liability not imposed by section. Seller and licensee not required to participate in compiling list of facilities.
Sec. 20-327g. Notice of list of properties upon which hunting or shooting sports regularly take place. Liability not imposed by section.
Sec. 20-328. Regulations.
Sec. 20-329. Exceptions concerning the licensure of brokers and salespersons.
Sec. 20-329a. Advertising and sale in this state of property in another state: Definitions.
Sec. 20-329b. Excepted activities. Filing fees.
Sec. 20-329c. Secretary as agent for service of process; bond; license required.
Sec. 20-329d. Submission of documents, promotional plan and advertising materials to commission. Filing fees.
Sec. 20-329e. Investigation by commission.
Sec. 20-329f. Issuance of license. Fees.
Sec. 20-329g. Reference to commission in advertising prohibited.
Sec. 20-329h. Rights of purchasers.
Sec. 20-329i. Penalty.
Sec. 20-329j. Commission members may not participate.
Sec. 20-329k. Nonliability of advertising media.
Sec. 20-329l. Appeal.
Sec. 20-329m. Regulations.
Sec. 20-329n. Deposits of purchasers and lessees to be held in escrow.
Sec. 20-329o. Real property securities dealers. Definitions. Certain sales not deemed a sale to the public.
Sec. 20-329p. License and endorsement requirements.
Sec. 20-329q. Statement to purchaser.
Sec. 20-329r. Appraisal of real property.
Sec. 20-329s. Filing and approval of materials to be used by dealer.
Sec. 20-329t. Annual financial report.
Sec. 20-329u. Desist order for violation. Appeal.
Sec. 20-329v. Permit to sell real property security required. Application.
Sec. 20-329w. Issuance or denial of permit. Limitation of commission's authority. Hearing.
Sec. 20-329x. Prohibited acts. Penalty.
Sec. 20-329y. Civil action for injury from transaction.
Sec. 20-329z. Regulations.
Sec. 20-329aa. Appeal.
Sec. 20-329bb. Exemptions.
Sec. 20-329cc. "Nonmaterial fact concerning real property" defined.
Sec. 20-329dd. Nonmaterial fact concerning real property. No disclosure required. No cause of action.
Sec. 20-329ee. Purchaser or lessee may request written disclosure of property's status re homicide, other felony or suicide.
Sec. 20-329ff. Legal rights retained for physical deficiencies.
Sec. 20-329gg. Exemptions. Federal transactions.