Connecticut Judicial Branch allows executions to be used for some summary process cases: On September 3, 2020, Connecticut’s Judicial Branch announced that beginning on September 3, it would permit landlords to use executions to move out some tenants who lost their summary process cases on or before March 19, 2020. Executions can be used in eviction cases that were resolved before March 19, 2020 on the basis of serious nuisance, nonpayment of rent that was owed before February 29, 2020, or where the landlord has a bona fide intent to use the dwelling as their primary residence.

However, the Judicial Department also states, “No action taken pursuant to this order shall be in violation of the moratoria contained in the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, the ‘Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19’ order issued by the Centers for Disease Control on September 1, 2020, or other applicable federal law, order, rule or regulation.”

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