Summary Process Execution For Possession (Eviction) {JD-HM-2} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | Connecticut

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Summary Process Execution For Possession (Eviction) {JD-HM-2}

This is a Connecticut form that can be used for Housing within Statewide.

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.M. .M..M..M..M. At (Time) At (Time)and I further advised said chief executive officer, so far as known, of the general description, types, and amount of the property to be removed from said premises, At (Time) At (Time) At (Time)TO: Any proper State Marshal By the authority of the State of Connecticut, you are commanded to give the plaintiff(s)/landlord(s) possession of the premises above by putting the defendant(s)/tenant(s) and any other occupant(s) bound by the judgment out of possession. If the defendant(s)/tenant(s) and such other occupant(s) have not removed all their possessions and personal effects, then you may remove them and deliver them to the place of storage designated by the chief executive officer of the town; before removal you must give the chief executive officer of the town 24 hours notice of the eviction, stating the date, time, and address of the eviction, as well as, a general description, if known, of the types and amount of property to be removed from the premises and delivered to the designated place of storage. Before giving notice to the chief executive officer you must use reasonable efforts to locate and notify the defendant(s)/tenant(s) and any other occupant(s) bound by the judgment of the date and time the eviction will take place and the possibility of a sale of their possessions pursuant to Section 47a-42 of the Connecticut General Statutes.STATE OF CONNECTICUT SUPERIOR COURT www.jud.ct.govThereafter I notified the chief executive officer of the town where the premises are situated, and afterwards, the defendant's(s')/tenant's(s') and/or occupant's(s') possessions,SUMMARY PROCESS EXECUTION FOR POSSESSION (EVICTION) JD-HM-2 Rev. 4-19 C.G.S. 247247 47a-26h, 47a-42 Return of ServiceBy virtue of this execution,Name and mailing address of plaintiff/landlord or attorney possessions and personal effects will be removed by the State Marshal and stored at: Instructions to plaintiff/landlord or attorney: 1. Complete this form. 2. File this form with the clerk for the clerk to sign. 3. After this execution is signed by the clerk, the clerk will upload it to the case's electronic file. 4. Plaintiff/landlord or attorney may then print and deliver the signed execution to a State Marshal.that the eviction of the defendant's(s')/tenant's(s') and/or occupant's(s') possessions and personal effects would take place, Notice to defendant(s)/tenant(s) and/or occupant(s) (To be completed by State Marshal) Serve a true copy upon each defendant/tenant and/or occupant bound by the judgment and return within 60 days.Your landlord (the plaintiff) won a judgment against you in this eviction case. This means that you must move out of the premises at the address above by this date: Court Docket number Judicial District Housing Session Address of court location (Number, street, town and zip code) Date of judgment Name(s) of plaintiff(s)/landlord(s) Name(s) of defendant(s)/tenant(s) and/or occupant(s)) Address of premises (Number, street, town and apartment number) Signed (Clerk) Date On On Signed (State Marshal) Date signed Fees had been removed. were removed by me and stored. The plaintiff(s)/landlord(s) were then put in possession of said premises. I notified the defendant(s)/tenant(s) and/or occupant(s). I used reasonable efforts to locate the defendant(s)/tenant(s) and/or occupant(s) but was unable to notify the following: Date signed On On You may call:to reclaim those possessions and personal effects and to arrange to have them given back to you. (If your possessions and personal effects are removed and stored and you do not reclaim them and pay the expense of storage within 15 days, then they may be sold by the town under Section 47a-42 of the Connecticut General Statutes.) The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable accom-modation in accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.If you think you have a right to stay in the premises, you should contact an attorney immediately. This paper does not have to be handed to you personally. The place of storage was designated by the chief executive officer of the town.If you do not remove your possessions and personal effects on or before that date, your American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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