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Oh, oh. CT lawyers are stopping us from doing closings.
Posted by  Ernest__CT of CT on 6/19/19 7:01pm Msg #607683
The CT General Assembly passed a bill that states "... no person shall conduct a real estate closing unless such person has been admitted as an attorney in this state ...." According to the way that I read it (I am NOT an attorney!), only HELOCs are exempt.

YIKES!

You can see the whole bill at
https://www.cga.ct.gov/2019/ACT/pa/pdf/2019PA-00088-R00SB-00320-PA.pdf

SPECIAL THANKS to Anja Hoffmann who brought this to our attention!
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Messages in this Thread
 Oh, oh. CT lawyers are stopping us from doing closings. -  Ernest__CT on 6/19/19 7:01pm
 Oh, no. Attorneys have tried this is several states, -  MW/VA on 6/20/19 7:06am
 Having feet in both camps ... - BobbiCT on 6/20/19 7:11am
 Re: Having feet in both camps ... -  VT_Syrup on 6/20/19 7:19am
 Re: Convenience Factor -  John/CT on 6/20/19 9:57am
 Some CT attorneys travel .. - BobbiCT on 6/20/19 10:29am



 
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