2012 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 7 - Municipalities
Chapter 93 - Registrars of Vital Statistics
Section 7-76 - Fees for records relating to residents of other towns.
The fees due registrars of vital statistics for the making of records, copies and endorsements relating to births, deaths, fetal deaths and marriages, when the residence of the parents of the child or of the deceased or of either party to a marriage is in some other town in this state than that in which the birth, death, fetal death or marriage occurred, shall be paid by such other town except as they relate to vital statistics of inmates of any state institution. The fees paid by such other town shall not exceed two dollars for each such record, copy or endorsement. All bills for such fees shall be submitted by such registrars to such other towns on or before February first of each year, provided if a bill amounts to less than twenty-six dollars, no bill shall be sent and the amount shall not be due. If the registrar of vital statistics of any town or city receives a salary for the performance of the registrar’s duties, the amount of fees due under the provisions of this section shall be paid to such town or city.
(1949 Rev., S. 3628; 1971, P.A. 284, S. 3; P.A. 00-92, S. 5; P.A. 01-163, S. 27; P.A. 07-79, S. 3.)
History: 1971 act added references to marriage and marriage records; P.A. 00-92 added proviso that if a bill amounts to less than $26, no bill shall be sent and the amount shall not be due; P.A. 01-163 added provisions re fetal deaths and made technical changes; P.A. 07-79 authorized towns to collect a fee not to exceed $2.00 for recording each birth, death, fetal death or marriage for a nonresident from the nonresident’s town of residence.
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