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Sec. 52-1. Administration of legal and equitable rights.
Secs. 52-2 to 52-6a. Jurisdiction of justice of the peace and circuit, municipal and common pleas courts and divisions, generally. Appeals to appellate session of Superior Court; to Supreme Court.
Sec. 52-7.
Secs. 52-8 and 52-9. Jurisdiction of the court of common pleas for the judicial district of Waterbury. Civil actions in the Court of Common Pleas; where they may be brought or taken; exceptions.
Sec. 52-9a.
Sec. 52-9b. Civil jury sessions for the court of common pleas for New Haven County. Where held.
Sec. 52-9c.
Sec. 52-10. Jurisdiction of the Superior Court. Actions against judgments of.
Sec. 52-11. Complaints for change of name. Exceptions re persons required to register with Commissioner of Public Safety as a sexual offender. Commissioner's standing to challenge change of name.
Sec. 52-12. Jurisdiction over the sale of certain real property. Protection of unrepresented interests. Orders and decrees to be recorded.
Sec. 52-13. Protection of unrepresented interests.
Sec. 52-14. Jurisdiction of cases brought prior to October 1, 1955.
Secs. 52-15 and 52-16. Naturalization of aliens. Disposal of fees.
Sec. 52-17.
Secs. 52-18 to 52-21. Actions for partition or sale of property. Jurisdiction of foreclosure or redemption suits. Return of action brought by foreign corporation. Action by nonresident executor, trust
Sec. 52-22. Courts may pass title to real property by decree.
Sec. 52-23. Order to guardian to convey ward's realty.
Sec. 52-24.
Secs. 52-25 to 52-28. Venue matters. Concurrent jurisdiction of Common Pleas and Superior Courts.
Sec. 52-29. Superior Court may declare rights and legal relations.
Secs. 52-30 and 52-31.
Sec. 52-32. Transfer of causes brought to the wrong court.
Sec. 52-32a.
Secs. 52-33 to 52-36. Transfer of causes between Superior and Common Pleas Court. Transfers after pretrial sessions and conferences. Fees in transferred actions. Consolidation of actions. Jury in cons
Sec. 52-36a. Claiming of cases to jury on consolidation of actions where not previously claimed.
Secs. 52-37 and 52-37a. Transmission of files and papers; procedure. Consolidation of actions in Circuit Court and Common Pleas or Superior Court.
Sec. 52-38.
Secs. 52-39 to 52-41. Distinct claims; separate counts; jurisdiction. Several claims; jurisdiction of Common Pleas Court. Limited jurisdiction; judgment above limit.
Sec. 52-42.
Secs. 52-42a and 52-43 to 52-45. Venue in actions involving security deposits. Venue where all parties nonresident. When justice action may be brought in adjoining town. Appeals from justice.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Connecticut > Title52 > Chap895

Sec. 52-1. Administration of legal and equitable rights.
Secs. 52-2 to 52-6a. Jurisdiction of justice of the peace and circuit, municipal and common pleas courts and divisions, generally. Appeals to appellate session of Superior Court; to Supreme Court.
Sec. 52-7.
Secs. 52-8 and 52-9. Jurisdiction of the court of common pleas for the judicial district of Waterbury. Civil actions in the Court of Common Pleas; where they may be brought or taken; exceptions.
Sec. 52-9a.
Sec. 52-9b. Civil jury sessions for the court of common pleas for New Haven County. Where held.
Sec. 52-9c.
Sec. 52-10. Jurisdiction of the Superior Court. Actions against judgments of.
Sec. 52-11. Complaints for change of name. Exceptions re persons required to register with Commissioner of Public Safety as a sexual offender. Commissioner's standing to challenge change of name.
Sec. 52-12. Jurisdiction over the sale of certain real property. Protection of unrepresented interests. Orders and decrees to be recorded.
Sec. 52-13. Protection of unrepresented interests.
Sec. 52-14. Jurisdiction of cases brought prior to October 1, 1955.
Secs. 52-15 and 52-16. Naturalization of aliens. Disposal of fees.
Sec. 52-17.
Secs. 52-18 to 52-21. Actions for partition or sale of property. Jurisdiction of foreclosure or redemption suits. Return of action brought by foreign corporation. Action by nonresident executor, trust
Sec. 52-22. Courts may pass title to real property by decree.
Sec. 52-23. Order to guardian to convey ward's realty.
Sec. 52-24.
Secs. 52-25 to 52-28. Venue matters. Concurrent jurisdiction of Common Pleas and Superior Courts.
Sec. 52-29. Superior Court may declare rights and legal relations.
Secs. 52-30 and 52-31.
Sec. 52-32. Transfer of causes brought to the wrong court.
Sec. 52-32a.
Secs. 52-33 to 52-36. Transfer of causes between Superior and Common Pleas Court. Transfers after pretrial sessions and conferences. Fees in transferred actions. Consolidation of actions. Jury in cons
Sec. 52-36a. Claiming of cases to jury on consolidation of actions where not previously claimed.
Secs. 52-37 and 52-37a. Transmission of files and papers; procedure. Consolidation of actions in Circuit Court and Common Pleas or Superior Court.
Sec. 52-38.
Secs. 52-39 to 52-41. Distinct claims; separate counts; jurisdiction. Several claims; jurisdiction of Common Pleas Court. Limited jurisdiction; judgment above limit.
Sec. 52-42.
Secs. 52-42a and 52-43 to 52-45. Venue in actions involving security deposits. Venue where all parties nonresident. When justice action may be brought in adjoining town. Appeals from justice.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Connecticut > Title52 > Chap895

Sec. 52-1. Administration of legal and equitable rights.
Secs. 52-2 to 52-6a. Jurisdiction of justice of the peace and circuit, municipal and common pleas courts and divisions, generally. Appeals to appellate session of Superior Court; to Supreme Court.
Sec. 52-7.
Secs. 52-8 and 52-9. Jurisdiction of the court of common pleas for the judicial district of Waterbury. Civil actions in the Court of Common Pleas; where they may be brought or taken; exceptions.
Sec. 52-9a.
Sec. 52-9b. Civil jury sessions for the court of common pleas for New Haven County. Where held.
Sec. 52-9c.
Sec. 52-10. Jurisdiction of the Superior Court. Actions against judgments of.
Sec. 52-11. Complaints for change of name. Exceptions re persons required to register with Commissioner of Public Safety as a sexual offender. Commissioner's standing to challenge change of name.
Sec. 52-12. Jurisdiction over the sale of certain real property. Protection of unrepresented interests. Orders and decrees to be recorded.
Sec. 52-13. Protection of unrepresented interests.
Sec. 52-14. Jurisdiction of cases brought prior to October 1, 1955.
Secs. 52-15 and 52-16. Naturalization of aliens. Disposal of fees.
Sec. 52-17.
Secs. 52-18 to 52-21. Actions for partition or sale of property. Jurisdiction of foreclosure or redemption suits. Return of action brought by foreign corporation. Action by nonresident executor, trust
Sec. 52-22. Courts may pass title to real property by decree.
Sec. 52-23. Order to guardian to convey ward's realty.
Sec. 52-24.
Secs. 52-25 to 52-28. Venue matters. Concurrent jurisdiction of Common Pleas and Superior Courts.
Sec. 52-29. Superior Court may declare rights and legal relations.
Secs. 52-30 and 52-31.
Sec. 52-32. Transfer of causes brought to the wrong court.
Sec. 52-32a.
Secs. 52-33 to 52-36. Transfer of causes between Superior and Common Pleas Court. Transfers after pretrial sessions and conferences. Fees in transferred actions. Consolidation of actions. Jury in cons
Sec. 52-36a. Claiming of cases to jury on consolidation of actions where not previously claimed.
Secs. 52-37 and 52-37a. Transmission of files and papers; procedure. Consolidation of actions in Circuit Court and Common Pleas or Superior Court.
Sec. 52-38.
Secs. 52-39 to 52-41. Distinct claims; separate counts; jurisdiction. Several claims; jurisdiction of Common Pleas Court. Limited jurisdiction; judgment above limit.
Sec. 52-42.
Secs. 52-42a and 52-43 to 52-45. Venue in actions involving security deposits. Venue where all parties nonresident. When justice action may be brought in adjoining town. Appeals from justice.

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