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December 3, 2020 The Connecticut Fair Housing Center makes a commitment to fight on because too many people depend on us and our ability to fight for them. Neither the outcome of an election nor the spread of a deadly virus alters the fact that discrimination continues, and people are on the brink of losing their homes. Your support is needed now more...
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Beginning with the December 7, 2020 calendar, arguable motions will resume printing on Short Calendar 02 (Property/Foreclosure) in addition to non-arguable motions that have printed since the October 13, 2020 calendar. All motions will be available for marking during the marking period. Attorneys are required to mark their motions electronically unless they have an exemption...
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About two dozen U.S. district courts have posted orders that suspend jury trials or grand jury proceedings, and scale back other courthouse activities in response to a sharp nationwide rise in coronavirus (COVID-19) cases. The surge in new court orders in recent weeks marks a significant pause in efforts by federal courts to resume full...
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Are you struggling with debt? Do you wish you could start over? Do you sometimes find it challenging to just meet your basic needs like rent/mortgage or even groceries? Has it been difficult to get credit to buy a car or a house? Have you looked for a solution to your debt but still feel...
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ADDRESSING CLIENTS’ NEEDS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC October 8, 2020   What happened since October 1, 2020:   Connecticut Eviction Moratorium Extended through December 31, 2020:  Governor Lamont issued Executive Order 9E extending the Connecticut eviction moratorium for some tenants.   What Executive Order 9E does: Prohibits the service of a Notice to Quit or...
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ADDRESSING CLIENTS’ NEEDS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC September 10, 2020   What happened since September 3, 2020:   Updates on Eviction Moratorium—At present there are three eviction moratoria in place. In addition, there are several steps in the court eviction process that have NOT been stopped. It is not clear how all of these changes...
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Unless otherwise ordered by the Court in your particular case… Foreclosure Auction Committees are set to start work today on Auctions scheduled for Saturday, October 3, 2020. Strict Foreclosure Law Days remain set for Wednesday, September 9, 2020. There has been no announcement as to when the Foreclosure Mediation Program will start up again. Lastly, the moratorium on...
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This is the first of a multi-part series on how federal courts are working to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Chief Judge James K. Bredar will wear a plastic face shield and sit behind plexiglass when jury trials resume in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland. For more than 230 years, the...
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Between September and June of each year, the Supreme Court hears oral arguments on pending cases in eight two-week terms in the Supreme Court courtroom located at 231 Capitol Avenue in Hartford. Oral arguments are open to the public and you are invited to attend. The proceedings in the Supreme Court differ from the trial...
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Budget. A word many of us cannot stand and something we often think just doesn’t fit into our reality. Well, today, all that can change! Having a strong budget is not out of reach! Budgeting is the answer. Let me set the record straight. Here’s the truth. Budgeting is not a bad thing! So, stop...
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