2015 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 45a - Probate Courts and Procedure
Chapter 802b - Decedents’ Estates
Section 45a-460 - (Formerly Sec. 45-298c). Rebuttable presumptions.

CT Gen Stat § 45a-460 (2015) What's This?

In determining the applicability of the provisions of sections 45a-458 to 45a-466, inclusive, to specific property, the following rebuttable presumptions apply:

(1) Property acquired during marriage by a spouse of the marriage while domiciled in a jurisdiction under whose laws property could then be acquired as community property is presumed to have been acquired as, or to have become and remained, property to which sections 45a-458 to 45a-466, inclusive, apply; and

(2) Real property situated in this state, and personal property wherever situated, acquired by a married person while domiciled in a jurisdiction under whose laws property could not then be acquired as community property, title to which was taken in a form which created rights of survivorship, is presumed not to be property to which sections 45a-458 to 45a-466, inclusive, apply.

(P.A. 85-340, S. 3.)

History: Sec. 45-298c transferred to Sec. 45a-460 in 1991.

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