What Public Notice Requirements Are There for a Real Estate Foreclosure in Connecticut?
All foreclosures in Connecticut are judicial foreclosures and public notice is provided when a lawsuit is filed. In a strict judicial foreclosure in Connecticut, no additional public notice is required because there is no foreclosure sale. Instead, the property is signed over to the lender. In a foreclosure by decree of sale, the court appoints an attorney to conduct the sale. That attorney is usually required by the court to publish notice of the foreclosure sale in the local newspaper prior to the sale date.
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