2015 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 12 - Taxation
Chapter 228b - Controlling Interest Transfer Tax
Section 12-638n - Transfers not subject to the tax under section 12-638l.
The provisions of section 12-638l shall not be applicable to any sale having any of the following underlying characteristics: (1) Transfers of land resulting from eminent domain proceedings; (2) mortgage deeds; (3) deeds to or by the United States of America, state of Connecticut or any political subdivision or agency thereof; (4) strawman deeds and deeds which correct, modify, supplement or confirm a deed previously recorded; (5) deeds between husband and wife and parent and child when no consideration is received, except that a subsequent nonexempt transfer by the grantee in such cases shall be subject to the provisions of section 12-638l as it would be if the grantor were making such nonexempt transfer; (6) tax deeds; (7) deeds releasing any property which is a security for a debt or other obligation; (8) deeds of partition; (9) property transferred as a result of death by devise or otherwise and in such transfer the date of acquisition or classification of the land for purposes of this chapter, whichever is earlier, shall be the date of acquisition or classification by the decedent; (10) deeds to any corporation, trust or other entity, of land to be held in perpetuity for educational, scientific, aesthetic or other equivalent passive uses, provided such corporation, trust or other entity has received a determination from the Internal Revenue Service that contributions to it are deductible under applicable sections of the Internal Revenue Code; and (11) land subject to a covenant specifically set forth in the deed transferring title to such land, which covenant is enforceable by the town in which such land is located, to refrain from selling or developing such land in a manner inconsistent with its classification as farm land pursuant to section 12-107c, forest land pursuant to section 12-107d, open space land pursuant to section 12-107e or maritime heritage land pursuant to section 12-107g, for a period of not less than eight years from the date of transfer, if such covenant is violated the tax set forth in this chapter shall be applicable at the rate which would have been applicable at the date the deed containing the covenant was delivered and, in addition, the town or any taxpayer therein may commence an action to enforce such covenant. If such action is taken by such a taxpayer, the town shall be served as a necessary party.
(P.A. 89-251, S. 52, 203; P.A. 07-127, S. 12.)
History: P.A. 89-251, S. 52 effective July 1, 1989, and applicable to sales or transfers of real property occurring on or after that date; P.A. 07-127 made technical changes and added reference to Sec. 12-107g and maritime heritage land, effective July 1, 2007.
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