Connecticut Heirs Property Statute - FIC

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Connecticut Heirs Property Statute

Connecticut enacted the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act in 2015 (Senate Bill 900), which preserves the rights of the heirs of an intestate landowner by adding a number of due process protections for partition procedures to state probate law that help to ensure all heirs receive a fair share of the proceeds if the property is sold. Inherited farmland is frequently negatively impacted without partition protections in place.

Downloadable Documents
Authority Type
Statutes and Ordinances
Level of Government
Heirs Property
Conn. Gen. Stat. §§ 52-503f to 52-503r (2023).

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