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Connecticut Laws | Title 45 Probate Courts And Procedure

CHAPTERS 774-800 PROBATE COURTS AND PROCEDURE (1)(Text)

Secs. 45-1 to 45-29y. Organization, powers, duties and general provisions. (2)(Text)

Sections 45-1 to 45-29y, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (3)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 774. (4)

Secs. 45-30 to 45-33. Probate hearings, notices. (5)(Text)

Sections 45-30 to 45-33, inclusive, have been transferred. (6)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 775. (7)

Secs. 45-34 to 45-41. Probate bonds. (8)(Text)

Sections 45-34 to 45-41, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (9)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 776. (10)

Secs. 45-42 to 45-60a. Guardian and ward. (11)(Text)

Sections 45-42 to 45-60a, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (12)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 777. (13)

Secs. 45-61 to 45-69b. Adoption. (14)(Text)

Sections 45-61 to 45-69b, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (15)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 778. (16)

Secs. 45-69c to 45-69e. Adoption Review Board. (17)(Text)

Sections 45-69c to 45-69e, inclusive, have been transferred. (18)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 778a. (19)

Secs. 45-69f to 45-69n. Children conceived through artificial insemination. (20)(Text)

Sections 45-69f to 45-69n, inclusive, have been transferred. (21)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 778b. (22)

Sec. 45-69o. Durable power of attorney. (23)(Text)

Section 45-69o has been transferred. (24)

Note: This section was formerly published as chapter 778c. (25)

Secs. 45-70 to 45-78. Conservatorships. (26)(Text)

Sections 45-70 to 45-78, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (27)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 779. (28)

Secs. 45-78a to 45-78o. Guardians of mentally retarded persons. (29)(Text)

Sections 45-78a to 45-78o, inclusive, are repealed. (30)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 779a. (31)

Secs. 45-78p to 45-78z. Sterilization. (32)(Text)

Sections 45-78p to 45-78z, inclusive, have been transferred. (33)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 779b. (34)

Secs. 45-79 to 45-100. Trusts. (35)(Text)

Sections 45-79 to 45-100, inclusive, have been transferred. (36)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 780. (37)

Secs. 45-100a to 45-100c. Powers in Trust Instruments Act. (38)(Text)

Sections 45-100a to 45-100c, inclusive, have been transferred. (39)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 780a. (40)

Secs. 45-100d to 45-100g. Fiduciary Powers Act. (41)(Text)

Sections 45-100d to 45-100g, inclusive, have been transferred. (42)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 780b. (43)

Secs. 45-100h to 45-100p. Uniform Management of Institutional Funds Act. (44)(Text)

Sections 45-100h to 45-100p, inclusive, have been transferred. (45)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 780c. (46)

Sec. 45-100q. Deposit of securities in clearing corporation. (47)(Text)

Section 45-100q has been transferred. (48)

Note: This section was formerly published as chapter 780d. (49)

Secs. 45-101 to 45-109b. Uniform Gifts to Minors Act. (50)(Text)

Sections 45-101 to 45-109b, inclusive, have been transferred. (51)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 781. (52)

Secs. 45-110 to 45-119. Apportionments among tenants and remaindermen. (53)(Text)

Sections 45-110 to 45-119, inclusive, are repealed. (54)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 782. (55)

Secs. 45-120 to 45-123a. Powers of appointment. (56)(Text)

Sections 45-120 to 45-123a, inclusive, have been transferred. (57)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 783. (58)

Secs. 45-124 to 45-159. Insolvent debtors. (59)(Text)

Sections 45-124 to 45-159, inclusive, are repealed. (60)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 784. (61)

Secs. 45-160 to 45-194. Wills. (62)(Text)

Sections 45-160 to 45-194, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (63)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 785. (64)

Secs. 45-194a to 45-194i. International wills. (65)(Text)

Sections 45-194a to 45-194i, inclusive, have been transferred. (66)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 785a. (67)

Secs. 45-195 to 45-201. Estate administration. (68)(Text)

Sections 45-195 to 45-201, inclusive, have been transferred. (69)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 786. (70)

Secs. 45-201a to 45-204. Estate inventories. (71)(Text)

Sections 45-201a to 45-204, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (72)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 787. (73)

Secs. 45-204a to 45-204e. Claims against decedents' estates. (74)(Text)

Sections 45-204a to 45-204e, inclusive, have been transferred. (75)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 787a. (76)

Secs. 45-205 to 45-213c. Claims against solvent estates. (77)(Text)

Sections 45-205 to 45-213c, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (78)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 788. (79)

Secs. 45-214 to 45-225. Claims against insolvent estates. (80)(Text)

Sections 45-214 to 45-225, inclusive, have been transferred or repealed. (81)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 789. (82)

Secs. 45-226 to 45-230. Insolvent estates. (83)(Text)

Sections 45-226 to 45-230, inclusive, have been transferred. (84)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 790. (85)

Secs. 45-230a to 45-230kk. Claims against solvent and insolvent estates. (86)(Text)

Sections 45-230a to 45-230kk, inclusive, have been transferred. (87)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 790a. (88)

Secs. 45-231 to 45-235. Estate claims, compounding and arbitration. (89)(Text)

Sections 45-231 to 45-235, inclusive, have been transferred. (90)

Note: These sections were formerly published as chapter 791. (91)

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