2015 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 45a - Probate Courts and Procedure
Chapter 802b - Decedents’ Estates
Section 45a-327 - (Formerly Sec. 45-257b). Sale of decedent’s real property subject to mortgage.
The Court of Probate shall not order the sale of any real property of a deceased person, when such real property has been conveyed or mortgaged by the heirs or devisees of the deceased person to a purchaser or mortgagee, in good faith and for value, except within the period of ten years after the death of the deceased person; but a sale of the equity of redemption in real property mortgaged as provided in this section may be ordered by the court subject to such mortgage.
(1949 Rev., S. 7029; P.A. 80-476, S. 304.)
History: P.A. 80-476 restated provisions and substituted “real property” for “real estate”; Sec. 45-245 transferred to Sec. 45-257b in 1981; Sec. 45-257b transferred to Sec. 45a-327 in 1991.
Annotations to former section 45-245:
Duration of creditor’s lien; where no administration has been granted and where real estate is otherwise unencumbered. 103 C. 373. Where proper presentation of claim, no disallowance, but inaction on part of antemortem creditor. 106 C. 610.
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