Form JD-HM-8 "Summary Process (Eviction) Complaint - Nonpayment of Rent" - Connecticut

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STATE OF CONNECTICUT
SUMMARY PROCESS
(EVICTION) COMPLAINT –
SUPERIOR COURT
NONPAYMENT OF RENT
www.jud.ct.gov
JD-HM-8 Rev. 2-19
C.G.S. § 47a-23a
P.B. § 10-29
Instructions to plaintiff (landlord)
ADA NOTICE
The
Judicial
Branch
of
the
State
of
1. Attach this complaint to the Summons (form JD-HM-32) and follow the instructions on that form.
2. Attach the original Notice to Quit (End) Possession (form JD-HM-7) to this complaint.
Connecticut complies with the Americans with
3. If there is a written lease, do not attach a copy of the lease to this complaint. If you want to make
Disabilities
Act
(ADA).
If
you
need
a
the lease a part of your complaint, refer to the lease as an exhibit (for example "Exhibit A") and
reasonable accommodation in accordance
with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA
file it separately with the court no later than the return date. Serve a copy of the exhibit upon
each party who appears in this matter at the first court session of the matter or no later than
contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
seven days after receipt of notice of the appearance of the party, whichever is earlier. Service
must be made as provided in sections 10-12 through 10-17 of the Connecticut Practice Book.
Return Date:
Judicial District of
Plaintiff(s)/Landlord(s)
vs.
Judicial District Housing Session at
Defendant(s)/Tenant(s)
Town/City
Complaint
1. On or about (date)
the plaintiff (landlord), and the defendant (tenant) agreed
orally or
in a written lease (Exhibit
) that the defendant would rent the following premises (rented property):
Location of premises (number, street, town and unit or floor number)
for the term of one
(term of lease).
(week/month/year)
2. The defendant agreed to pay $
weekly
monthly
on the
day
(Amount of money defendant agreed to pay)
of each
week
month.
3. The defendant used and occupied the premises as agreed under the lease and still occupies the premises.
4. The defendant has not paid the rent due on (date)
as agreed to in the lease.
5. On (date)
the plaintiff had a Notice to Quit (End) Possession (form JD-HM-7) served on the defendant
and that notice required the defendant to move out of the premises on or before (date)
. The Notice to
Quit (End) Possession (form JD-HM-7) is attached to this complaint.
6. The time given in the Notice to Quit (End) Possession (form JD-HM-7) for the defendant to move out of the premises has
ended, but the defendant has not moved out.
The plaintiff asks the court for judgment for immediate possession of the premises.
The plaintiff also asks for forfeiture to the plaintiff of the defendant's possessions and personal effects because
this is a nonresidential property.
Signed (Plaintiff/Plaintiff's attorney)
Date signed
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STATE OF CONNECTICUT
SUMMARY PROCESS
(EVICTION) COMPLAINT –
SUPERIOR COURT
NONPAYMENT OF RENT
www.jud.ct.gov
JD-HM-8 Rev. 2-19
C.G.S. § 47a-23a
P.B. § 10-29
Instructions to plaintiff (landlord)
ADA NOTICE
The
Judicial
Branch
of
the
State
of
1. Attach this complaint to the Summons (form JD-HM-32) and follow the instructions on that form.
2. Attach the original Notice to Quit (End) Possession (form JD-HM-7) to this complaint.
Connecticut complies with the Americans with
3. If there is a written lease, do not attach a copy of the lease to this complaint. If you want to make
Disabilities
Act
(ADA).
If
you
need
a
the lease a part of your complaint, refer to the lease as an exhibit (for example "Exhibit A") and
reasonable accommodation in accordance
with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA
file it separately with the court no later than the return date. Serve a copy of the exhibit upon
each party who appears in this matter at the first court session of the matter or no later than
contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
seven days after receipt of notice of the appearance of the party, whichever is earlier. Service
must be made as provided in sections 10-12 through 10-17 of the Connecticut Practice Book.
Return Date:
Judicial District of
Plaintiff(s)/Landlord(s)
vs.
Judicial District Housing Session at
Defendant(s)/Tenant(s)
Town/City
Complaint
1. On or about (date)
the plaintiff (landlord), and the defendant (tenant) agreed
orally or
in a written lease (Exhibit
) that the defendant would rent the following premises (rented property):
Location of premises (number, street, town and unit or floor number)
for the term of one
(term of lease).
(week/month/year)
2. The defendant agreed to pay $
weekly
monthly
on the
day
(Amount of money defendant agreed to pay)
of each
week
month.
3. The defendant used and occupied the premises as agreed under the lease and still occupies the premises.
4. The defendant has not paid the rent due on (date)
as agreed to in the lease.
5. On (date)
the plaintiff had a Notice to Quit (End) Possession (form JD-HM-7) served on the defendant
and that notice required the defendant to move out of the premises on or before (date)
. The Notice to
Quit (End) Possession (form JD-HM-7) is attached to this complaint.
6. The time given in the Notice to Quit (End) Possession (form JD-HM-7) for the defendant to move out of the premises has
ended, but the defendant has not moved out.
The plaintiff asks the court for judgment for immediate possession of the premises.
The plaintiff also asks for forfeiture to the plaintiff of the defendant's possessions and personal effects because
this is a nonresidential property.
Signed (Plaintiff/Plaintiff's attorney)
Date signed
Print Form
Reset Form