Connecticut Laws - Title 4b State Real Property
CHAPTER 59 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND STATE REAL PROPERTY
Sec. 4b-33. (Formerly Sec. 4-127b). Disclosure of persons having financial interest in property leased by state.

Sec. 4b-33. (Formerly Sec. 4-127b). Disclosure of persons having financial interest in property leased by state. (165)(1-click HTML)

(a) Any person, firm, partnership, association, corporation or other entity, seeking to enter into a lease or lease-purchase agreement with the state through the Commissioner of Public Works, shall file a sworn statement with said commissioner disclosing the names of any persons having a financial interest in the property or premises involved, including the beneficiary of any undisclosed trust or the equitable owner of such property or premises. Corporate applicants shall disclose the names and addresses of officers and stockholders, except that this requirement shall not apply to publicly held corporations. (166)

(b) If, before the approval of any such lease, lease-purchase agreement or renewal of such lease or agreement, by the State Properties Review Board, there is a change in the persons or the stockholders of a corporation, having a financial interest in the property or premises involved, the applicant shall submit an affidavit to the Commissioner of Public Works indicating the change, not later than five business days after the change. The commissioner shall forward a copy of such affidavit to the State Properties Review Board upon receipt. (167)

(c) Failure to make any disclosure required by this section to the Commissioner of Public Works shall be punishable by a civil penalty of not more than one thousand dollars, which may be imposed by such commissioner after notice and opportunity to be heard at a hearing conducted in accordance with sections 4-176e to 4-184, inclusive. (168)

  

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