Connecticut Law
Title 3 State Elective Officers


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Connecticut Laws | Title 3 State Elective Officers

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CHAPTER 31 GOVERNOR

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Sec. 3-1. General powers and duties.

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Sec. 3-1a. Council on Gubernatorial Incapacity. Composition. Duties.

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Sec. 3-2. Salaries of Governor and Lieutenant Governor. Office of Governor full time.

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Sec. 3-2a. Pensions for Governors and their spouses.

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Sec. 3-2b. Footstones, flags and funeral honor guards for deceased Governors, certain other state officers and members of the General Assembly.

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Sec. 3-3. Governor's cabinet.

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Sec. 3-4. Executive secretary and clerk; executive journal.

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Sec. 3-5. Governor to institute lawsuits for state.

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Sec. 3-6. Investigatory authority of Governor.

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Sec. 3-6a. Power of Governor to restrict use of streets and highways during extreme weather conditions.

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Sec. 3-6b. Transportation emergencies: Powers of Governor and joint legislative committee; publication requirements; penalty for violation of emergency order or interference with emergency activities.

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Sec. 3-6c. Compacts between Connecticut and other states or Indian tribes. Amendments. General Assembly approval or rejection.

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Sec. 3-7. Cancellation of uncollectible claims. Compromise of disputed claims.

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Sec. 3-8. Restoration and repair of state boundary marks.

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Sec. 3-9. Automobile for use of the Governor.

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Sec. 3-10. Maintenance of the Governor's residence. Foundations established re Governor's residence. Disclosure of income, expenditures, contributions, officers and state employees.

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Sec. 3-10a. Governor to take steps to assure federal aid for higher education.

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Sec. 3-10b. Governor may request waiver of certain federal-aid program requirements re administration of aid.

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Sec. 3-10c. Appropriation to be used by or on behalf of former Governor.

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Sec. 3-10d. Reactivation of military units for parades, celebrations or other ceremonies.

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Sec. 3-10e.

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Sec. 3-10f. Lowering of flag for deceased service members.

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CHAPTER 32 TREASURER

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PART I GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Sec. 3-11. Salary and bond of Treasurer. Office of Treasurer full time.

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Sec. 3-11a. Authority to enter into contractual agreements.

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Sec. 3-12. Deputy Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-13. Assistant treasurer for debt management. Additional assistant treasurer.

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Sec. 3-13a. Investment department. Chief investment officer, deputy chief investment officer and other personnel. Investment counsel. Costs of department.

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Sec. 3-13b. Investment Advisory Council established. Duties and powers. State Treasurer's investment policy statement.

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Sec. 3-13c. Trust funds defined.

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Sec. 3-13d. Trust funds: Investment, restrictions, sale of call options. Consideration of political implications of particular investments in relation to U.S. foreign policy and national interests. Connecticut mortgage pass-through certificates. Certain contracts with life insurance companies.

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Sec. 3-13e. Investment of trust funds in loans to mortgage lenders.

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Sec. 3-13f. State investment policy in relation to corporations doing business in South Africa.

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Sec. 3-13g. Investments in corporations doing business in Iran.

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Sec. 3-13h. Disinvestment of state funds invested in corporations doing business in Northern Ireland which have not implemented the MacBride principles.

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Sec. 3-13i. Contracts for services related to investment of trust funds.

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Sec. 3-13j. Third party fees in investments by Treasurer or quasi-public agencies.

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Sec. 3-13k. Direction of third party fees by Treasurer prohibited. Personal use by Treasurer of broker's credits prohibited.

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Sec. 3-13l. Finder's fees in state investments prohibited. Penalties.

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Sec. 3-14. Management and sales of state property.

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Sec. 3-14a. Treasurer to administer trusts for counties.

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Sec. 3-14b. Prior to sale of state-owned land, option to municipality of locale to purchase.

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Sec. 3-15. Sites for beacon lights and other buildings.

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Sec. 3-16. Temporary borrowing.

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Sec. 3-17. Collection of state revenue. Issuance of bonds.

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Sec. 3-17a. Payments to the state from certain financing litigation settlements.

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Sec. 3-18. Use of facsimile of state seal on bonds.

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Sec. 3-19. Place of payment of state bonds.

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Sec. 3-20. Short title: State General Obligation Bond Procedure Act. State Bond Commission.

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Sec. 3-20a. Redemption or repurchase of bonds. Additional security.

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Sec. 3-20b. Trusteeships.

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Sec. 3-20c. Certain appropriations not to lapse.

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Sec. 3-20d. Requirements for issuance of tax-exempt obligations by agents of state government.

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Sec. 3-20e. Provision of secondary market disclosure information by political subdivisions of the state, municipalities and quasi-public agencies. Indemnification.

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Sec. 3-20f. State Bond Commission vote to authorize issuance of agricultural land preservation program bonds and bonds for general maintenance and trade and capital equipment for regional vocational-technical schools.

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Sec. 3-20g. Economic recovery notes to finance deficit in fiscal year 2009.

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Sec. 3-21. Bond limitation.

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Sec. 3-21a. Jurisdiction of Superior Court in actions re bonds and notes. Defenses reserved to the state.

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Sec. 3-21b. Transfer to General Fund of bond proceeds from general obligation bonds of the state which are no longer required for designated purposes or projects. Report by Office of Policy and Management.

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Sec. 3-21c. Transfer of unexpended proceeds from transportation related general obligation bonds that are no longer required for designated purposes or projects.

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Sec. 3-21d. Report required for unexpended bond proceeds. Disposition.

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Sec. 3-21e. Divestment of state funds invested in companies doing business in Sudan.

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Sec. 3-22. Bond Retirement Fund.

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Sec. 3-22a. Definitions: College savings bonds.

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Sec. 3-22b. Designation of bonds as college savings bonds.

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Sec. 3-22c. Negotiated sales of college savings bonds.

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Sec. 3-22d. Terms of issuance of college savings bonds.

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Sec. 3-22e. Connecticut Higher Education Trust Advisory Committee.

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Sec. 3-22f. Connecticut Higher Education Trust: Definitions.

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Sec. 3-22g. Connecticut Higher Education Trust: Established.

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Sec. 3-22h. Trust authority of the Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-22i. Investment of funds in the trust.

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Sec. 3-22j. Participation in and the offering and solicitation of the trust exempt from sections 36b-16 and 36b-22. Evidence of exemption from federal securities laws.

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Sec. 3-22k. Trust financial report.

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Sec. 3-22l. Exemption from taxation.

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Sec. 3-22m. State pledge for purposes of the trust.

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Sec. 3-22n. Nothing in trust or in any participation agreement deemed to guarantee admission to or continued enrollment in educational institution.

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Sec. 3-22o. Compliance with provisions necessary for trust to constitute state tuition program and be tax exempt.

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Sec. 3-23. Destruction of matured bonds.

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Sec. 3-23a. Replacement of mutilated, destroyed, stolen or lost state obligations.

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Sec. 3-24. Deposit of funds.

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Sec. 3-24a. Tax-Exempt Proceeds Fund created.

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Sec. 3-24b. Deposit of money in Tax-Exempt Proceeds Fund.

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Sec. 3-24c. Investment in Tax-Exempt Proceeds Fund by other state funds.

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Sec. 3-24d. Sale of investments in Tax-Exempt Proceeds Fund to other state instrumentalities.

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Sec. 3-24e. Investment of Tax-Exempt Proceeds Fund by the Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-24f. Purchase of investments in Tax-Exempt Proceeds Fund by other state instrumentalities.

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Sec. 3-24g. Borrowing for purposes of the Tax-Exempt Proceeds Fund. Issuance of notes.

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Sec. 3-24h. Borrowing from the Tax-Exempt Proceeds Fund for state capital projects.

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Sec. 3-24i. Notice to joint standing committee on finance, revenue and bonding of opening of bank accounts in certain other states.

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Sec. 3-24j. Definitions.

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Sec. 3-24k. Investments with community banks and community credit unions.

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Sec. 3-24l. Regulations.

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Sec. 3-25. Payment of public moneys. Designation of authority for certain payments to constituent units of the state system of higher education. Authorization for certain payments to be made by the assistant treasurer for investments.

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Sec. 3-26. Civil list funds; limitation.

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Sec. 3-27. Investment committee.

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Sec. 3-27a. Short Term Investment Fund. Payment of certain interest to board or boards of trustees. Participation certificates.

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Sec. 3-27b. Sale of certificates to state agencies.

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Sec. 3-27c. Use of fund for student loans.

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Sec. 3-27d. Investment of funds of the Short Term Investment Fund.

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Sec. 3-27e. Report of grants, interest, etc. Payment of expenses and state banking service fees.

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Sec. 3-27f. Investment by Treasurer in participation certificates. Legal investments.

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Sec. 3-27g. Bond issue.

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Sec. 3-27h. Notes.

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Sec. 3-27i. Bonds and notes as legal investments.

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Sec. 3-28. Investment of sinking fund.

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Sec. 3-28a. Medium-Term Investment Fund.

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Secs. 3-29 to 3-31. Investment of surplus of General Fund. Investment of cash balance of Transportation Fund. Investment of excess cash in General Fund.

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Sec. 3-31a. Authorized investments.

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Sec. 3-31b. Combined investment funds. Sale of participation units. Costs charged to income.

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Sec. 3-32. Acceptance of gifts and bequests by Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-33. Acceptance of land for military purposes.

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Sec. 3-34. Vote on stock of state bank owned by state or School Fund.

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Sec. 3-35. No execution against Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-36. Repayment of Town Deposit Fund.

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Sec. 3-37. Annual report of Treasurer. Monthly report of Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-38. Posthumous fund of Fitch's Home for the Soldiers. Fitch Fund. Use of income, and payment of claims from principal.

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Sec. 3-39. Flood Fund.

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Sec. 3-39a. Funds to be paid state recorded as receivables.

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Sec. 3-39b. Interest earnings on funds.

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Sec. 3-39c. Interest earnings credited to certain funds and accounts.

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PART II SCHOOL FUND AND AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND

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Sec. 3-40. Treasurer to have care and management.

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Sec. 3-41. School Fund interest.

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Sec. 3-42. Rate of interest on loans from the School Fund and Agricultural College Fund.

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Sec. 3-43. Loan expenses. Foreclosure costs.

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Sec. 3-44. Interest on overdue loans.

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Sec. 3-45. Loans and appraisals.

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Sec. 3-46. Reappraisal of securities.

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Sec. 3-47. Sale of real estate.

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Sec. 3-48. National bank stock; Treasurer attorney for state.

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Sec. 3-49. Debtor accounts.

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Sec. 3-50. Agents to give certified copies of bonds.

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Sec. 3-51. Annual schedule of assets.

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Sec. 3-52. Moneys paid on account.

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Sec. 3-53. Exhibition of claims against estates.

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Sec. 3-54. Mortgagor's affidavit of title.

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Sec. 3-55. Waste on mortgaged premises.

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Secs. 3-55a to 3-55h.

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PART IIa MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND MOHEGAN FUND

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Sec. 3-55i. Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan Fund.

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Sec. 3-55j. Payments from fund.

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Sec. 3-55k. Municipality defined.

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Sec. 3-55l. Additional payments from fund to Ledyard, Montville, Norwich, North Stonington and Preston.

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Sec. 3-55m. Additional payments from fund to certain member municipalities of Southeastern, Northeastern and Windham Area Councils of Governments.

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PART III* ESCHEATS

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Sec. 3-56a. Definitions.

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Sec. 3-57. Escheat of property unclaimed or unused for seven years.

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Sec. 3-57a. Property held by banking or financial organization presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-58. Sale of escheated property.

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Sec. 3-58a. Funds held by insurance company presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-59. Petition in case of interest in escheated property. Appeal.

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Sec. 3-59a. Property held by a business association or payable in the course of demutualization of an insurance company presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-59b. Ownership interest in business association presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-59c. Duties of holder of abandoned interests in business associations.

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Sec. 3-59d. Delivery of duplicate certificate to Treasurer. Holder relieved of liability to others upon such delivery.

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Sec. 3-60. Examination of witnesses.

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Sec. 3-60a. Property distributable on dissolution of business presumed abandoned, when. Notice to shareholder of corporate dissolution or liquidation.

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Sec. 3-60b. Wages, salary or other compensation for personal services presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-60c. Deposit, refund or other sum owed by utility presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-60d. Value of gift certificate presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-61. Action against custodian of property.

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Sec. 3-61a. Property held by fiduciary presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-62. Application of provisions.

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Sec. 3-62a. Property held by public body or officer presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-62b. Property held by federal court or agency presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-62c. Proceedings to recover property.

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Sec. 3-62d. Action to obtain decree of escheat.

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Sec. 3-62e. Treasurer to pay costs and deposit funds into General Fund.

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Sec. 3-62f. Claim for return of escheated property.

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Sec. 3-62g. Liability of state.

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Sec. 3-62h. Special Abandoned Property Fund. Deposit of abandoned property receipts. Special obligation bond authorization. Disbursement of resources of fund.

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Sec. 3-63. Notice of inactive bank accounts. Index. Interest. Escheat.

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Sec. 3-63a. Property in decedent's estate presumed abandoned, when.

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Sec. 3-64. Escheating of trust funds held by the Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-64a. Property presumed abandoned generally.

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Sec. 3-65. Conversion of escheated property into cash.

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Sec. 3-65a. Duties of holder of abandoned property.

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Sec. 3-65b. Assessment of interest penalty for failure to report or deliver abandoned property as required. Exceptions.

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Sec. 3-65c. Charge, fee or penalty for inactivity prohibited.

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Sec. 3-66. Escheat of unclaimed life insurance company funds. Definitions.

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Sec. 3-66a. Notice by Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-66b. Unclaimed intangible property. Conditions raising presumption of abandonment.

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Sec. 3-66c. Recovery of funds or property.

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Sec. 3-67. When funds escheat.

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Sec. 3-67a. State responsibility for property. Reimbursement of prior holder for payment to holder. Reimbursement of holder compelled to register transfer of original certificate.

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Sec. 3-68. Report of unclaimed funds.

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Sec. 3-68a. Sale of property by Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-69. Notice.

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Sec. 3-69a. Deposit of funds in General Fund and Citizens' Election Fund.

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Sec. 3-70. Payment to Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-70a. Claims for abandoned property.

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Sec. 3-71. State to assume custody and liability.

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Sec. 3-71a. Appeals.

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Secs. 3-72, 3-72a and 3-73. Funds to be paid to General Fund and special trust fund. Escheat proceedings. Claim; appeal; bond.

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Sec. 3-73a. Excepted property.

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Sec. 3-73b. Effect of expiration of limitation period or period specified in contract.

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Sec. 3-74. Payment of claim.

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Sec. 3-74a. Regulations. Agreements and enforcement with other states.

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Secs. 3-75 and 3-76. Record to be kept by Treasurer. Application of other statutes.

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PART IV MUNICIPAL BOND REFUNDING TRUST ACT

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Sec. 3-76a. Short title: Municipal Bond Refunding Trust Act.

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Sec. 3-76b. Statement of purpose and policy.

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Sec. 3-76c. Definitions.

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Sec. 3-76d. Issuance of state special obligation bonds authorized to finance purchase of municipal refunding bonds; bond determination requisites.

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Sec. 3-76e. Effect of filing of bond determination. Limits on Treasurer's contracts.

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Sec. 3-76f. Terms of special obligation bonds determined by State Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-76g. Optional provisions to secure payment of special obligation bonds.

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Sec. 3-76h. Additional powers of State Treasurer.

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Sec. 3-76i. Form of special obligation bonds.

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Sec. 3-76j. Special obligation bonds not general obligations of the state.

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Sec. 3-76k. Special obligation bonds as legal investments: Tax exemptions.

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Sec. 3-76l. Municipal Refunded Bond Escrow Fund. State Treasurer's contracts re municipal accounts in fund.

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Sec. 3-76m. Municipal Refunding Trust Fund. Required reserve. General Fund appropriations.

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Sec. 3-76n. Validity of pledges.

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Sec. 3-90. Register and Manual. Regulations.

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Sec. 3-114n. Recording of revenue from gross earnings tax on cable and satellite television systems received at end of fiscal year.

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Sec. 3-117. Claims against the state. Process for constituent units of the state system of higher education. Recoupment by the state system of higher education. Recoupment by the state of agency expenses for basic telephone, toll telephone, teletypewriter or computer exchange services.

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Sec. 3-117a. Management of state employee unemployment compensation claims.

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Sec. 3-118. Insurance.

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Sec. 3-119. Payment of salaries and other payments; statement of officers. Electronic system for personnel data.

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Sec. 3-119a. Retirement data base system; time and attendance system.

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Sec. 3-120. Wages of persons employed about State Capitol and grounds.

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Sec. 3-121. Comptroller's Service Fund.

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Sec. 3-123. Relief payments under bylaws of Connecticut State Firefighters Association.

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