2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 19a-544. (Formerly Sec. 19-621d). Imposition of receivership: Defenses.

      Sec. 19a-544. (Formerly Sec. 19-621d). Imposition of receivership: Defenses. It shall be a sufficient defense to a receivership application if any owner of a nursing home facility establishes that, (1) he did not have knowledge or could not reasonably have known that any conditions in violation of section 19a-543 existed, or (2) he did not have a reasonable time in which to correct such violations, or (3) the violations listed in the application do not, in fact, exist or, in the event the grounds upon which the petition is based are those set forth in subdivision (2) of section 19a-543, the facility does not intend to close.

      (P.A. 78-227, S. 4, 10; P.A. 80-309, S. 2.)

      History: P.A. 80-309 added as defense establishment of fact that if grounds are those of Sec. 19-621c, facility does not intend to close; Sec. 19-621d transferred to Sec. 19a-544 in 1983.

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