This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Connecticut according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A Connecticut eviction notice can only be given for five legal reasons: the lease or rental agreement has expired, rent was not paid, the tenant did not live up to their duties as specified in the lease, the lease or rental agreement was violated, illegal activity has taken place, or the tenant has become a serious nuisance to others. It's important for landlords to understand that an eviction notice is not the same thing as filing an eviction action with the court.