Connecticut Law
Title 14 Motor Vehicles. Use Of The Highway By Vehicles. Gasoline


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Connecticut Laws | Title 14 Motor Vehicles. Use Of The Highway By Vehicles. Gasoline

CHAPTER 250* GASOLINE AND MOTOR OIL SALES

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Sec. 14-324. Appeal.

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Sec. 14-325. Curb pumps.

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Sec. 14-325a. Air compressors.

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Sec. 14-325b. Refueling privileges for handicapped persons.

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Sec. 14-326. Gasoline sold for aircraft or other engines to be of United States standard.

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Sec. 14-327. Testing of quality of gasoline or diesel fuel.

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Sec. 14-327a. Motor fuel quality testing: Definitions.

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Sec. 14-327b. Annual registration of distributors. Application for certificate of registration. Required information. Fee.

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Sec. 14-327c. Regulations.

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Sec. 14-327d. Commissioner to have free access to places and premises. Subpoena powers. Court orders. Regulations.

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Sec. 14-327e. Hearing. Refusal to issue certificate of registration. Revocation or suspension of certificate of registration. Violations. Civil penalty.

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Sec. 14-328. Display of price signs.

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Sec. 14-329. Standard gallon. Delivery through meter. Disclosure of purchaser's costs associated with retail fuel oil or propane gas. Exemptions. Penalties.

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Sec. 14-330. Dealer to disclose his source of supply.

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Sec. 14-331. Penalty. Revocation or suspension of license. Bond. Appeal. Rights of franchisor.

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Sec. 14-332. Regulations.

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Sec. 14-332a. Surcharges. Tie-in-sales. Price reduction requirements.

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Secs. 14-333 to 14-341. Distributor's license. Records and sales slips. Gasoline tax. Suspension or revocation of distributor's license. Receipts to be added to Highway Fund.

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Sec. 14-342. Sale of motor oil regulated.

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Secs. 14-343 and 14-344. Penalty; collection of tax. Aviation gasoline; exemption; license to sell.

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