Connecticut Laws - Title 55 Concluding Provisions

CHAPTER 978* CONCLUDING PROVISIONS (1)(1-click HTML)

Sec. 55-1. Repeal of former statutes. (2)(1-click HTML)

Obsolete. (3)

Sec. 55-2. Certain rights, penalties and criminal liabilities not affected by repeal. (4)(1-click HTML)

Obsolete. (5)

Sec. 55-3. Limitation of effect of certain acts. (6)(1-click HTML)

No provision of the general statutes, not previously contained in the statutes of the state, which imposes any new obligation on any person or corporation, shall be construed to have a retrospective effect. (7)

  

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