Connecticut Bill Would Require Permission for Property Preservation

Connecticut Bill Would Require Permission for Property Preservation

Legislation Update
April 26, 2021

Source: LegiScan (HB 6593 Information/Full Text)

Sample Bill Text:

 

16 (b) No property preservation clause set forth in any mortgage
17 permitting the mortgagee the right to secure, preserve or protect the
18 residential real property shall be construed as to permit the mortgagee,
19 or any agent, employee or representative of the mortgagee, to enter
20 upon the residential real property without the permission of the owner,
21 occupant or mortgagor or an order of the superior court for the judicial
22 district in which the property is situated.

23 (c) No mortgagee or any agent, employee or representative of the
24 mortgagee shall enter upon the residential real property secured by the
25 mortgage without the permission of the owner, occupant or mortgagor
26 or an order of the superior court for the judicial district in which the
27 property is situated.

28 (d) On and after October 1, 2021, no mortgagee shall require a
29 mortgagor, as a condition of obtaining a loan, to agree that a mortgagee,
30 or assignee of such mortgagee, has any right to enter the residential real
31 property secured by the mortgage without the permission of the owner,
32 occupant or mortgagor or an order of the superior court for the judicial
33 district in which the property is situated.

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