2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 19a-549. (Formerly Sec. 19-621i). Termination of receivership.

      Sec. 19a-549. (Formerly Sec. 19-621i). Termination of receivership. The Superior Court, upon a motion by the receiver or the owner of such facility, may terminate the receivership if it finds that such facility has been rehabilitated so that the violations complained of no longer exist or if such receivership was instituted pursuant to subdivision (2) of section 19a-543, the orderly transfer of the patients has been completed and such facility is ready to be closed. Upon such finding, the court may terminate the receivership and return such facility to its owner. In its termination order the court may include such terms as it deems necessary to prevent the conditions complained of from recurring.

      (P.A. 78-227, S. 9, 10; P.A. 80-309, S. 4.)

      History: P.A. 80-309 substituted "may" for "shall" in second reference to termination of receivership for consistency and allowed court to include terms to prevent recurrence of conditions which originally caused complaint; Sec. 19-621i transferred to Sec. 19a-549 in 1983.

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