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State Moves To Track Ownership Of Blighted Properties

The state Senate has passed legislation designed to protect Connecticut neighborhoods from the disrepair and blight of uninhabited foreclosed properties and hold financial institutions that own those homes responsible for their repair.

Senate Bill 951, which passed the Senate by a 36-0 vote, creates a registration system for tracking the owners of uninhabited one- to four-family dwellings obtained by strict foreclosure or foreclosure by sale.

It also allows municipalities to e ...

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