Form JD-HM-24 "Verified Lockout Complaint and Application for Temporary Injunction" - Connecticut

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VERIFIED LOCKOUT COMPLAINT AND
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
APPLICATION FOR TEMPORARY INJUNCTION
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-HM-24
Rev. 4-19
www.jud.ct.gov
C.G.S. § 47a-43
Note: Use this form with form JD-HM-23 and, if applicable, form JD-HM-37. (Form JD-HM-37 is available only at Clerks' offices.)
Judicial District of
Plaintiff(s)
V.
Judicial District Housing Session at
Defendant(s)
1. Since
, the plaintiff(s) have been in actual possession of the premises located at
(Date possession began)
(Address of land, tenement, or dwelling unit)
2. The defendant(s) or their agents have taken the following actions without the consent of the plaintiff(s) in violation of
Section 47a-43(a) of the Connecticut General Statutes: ("X" applicable paragraphs)
(a) On or about (date)
, the defendant(s) entered the premises and locked the plaintiff(s) out by:
Padlocking the door
Changing the locks
Other (specify below)
Describe other method of locking plaintiff(s) out if "other" box is checked above
(b) The defendant(s) prevented the plaintiff(s) from occupying the premises since (date)
(c) The defendant(s) damaged the premises described above or removed, damaged or took possession and control of
personal property of the plaintiff(s) including, but not limited to, the following items:
List items that were removed, damaged, or taken
3. The defendant(s) or their agent's actions have caused irreparable loss or damage because the plaintiff(s) are being
deprived of the premises and of their personal property.
4. The plaintiff(s) are without any adequate remedy at law.
The plaintiff(s) request that the court:
1. If applicable, issue an ex parte (without hearing) temporary injunction preventing the defendant(s) and their agents from
depriving the plaintiff(s) of the premises and the personal property described above, and, for good cause shown, waive
the bond requirement for the temporary injunction (see Section 52-471 of the Connecticut General Statutes);
2. Issue a permanent injunction preventing the defendant(s) and their agents from depriving the plaintiff(s) of access to the
premises and to the personal property described above (see Section 52-471 of the Connecticut General Statutes);
3. Award the plaintiff(s) a writ of restitution ordering that the plaintiff(s) be restored to the premises and/or to their personal
property (see Section 47a-45a of the Connecticut General Statutes); and
4. Order any other legal or equitable relief that the court deems proper.
I swear that the above statements are true to the best of my knowledge.
On (Date)
Signed (Plaintiff(s))
Subscribed and
sworn to before me
Current address of plaintiff(s)
Signed (Clerk, Notary Public, Commissioner of the Superior Court)
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VERIFIED LOCKOUT COMPLAINT AND
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
APPLICATION FOR TEMPORARY INJUNCTION
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-HM-24
Rev. 4-19
www.jud.ct.gov
C.G.S. § 47a-43
Note: Use this form with form JD-HM-23 and, if applicable, form JD-HM-37. (Form JD-HM-37 is available only at Clerks' offices.)
Judicial District of
Plaintiff(s)
V.
Judicial District Housing Session at
Defendant(s)
1. Since
, the plaintiff(s) have been in actual possession of the premises located at
(Date possession began)
(Address of land, tenement, or dwelling unit)
2. The defendant(s) or their agents have taken the following actions without the consent of the plaintiff(s) in violation of
Section 47a-43(a) of the Connecticut General Statutes: ("X" applicable paragraphs)
(a) On or about (date)
, the defendant(s) entered the premises and locked the plaintiff(s) out by:
Padlocking the door
Changing the locks
Other (specify below)
Describe other method of locking plaintiff(s) out if "other" box is checked above
(b) The defendant(s) prevented the plaintiff(s) from occupying the premises since (date)
(c) The defendant(s) damaged the premises described above or removed, damaged or took possession and control of
personal property of the plaintiff(s) including, but not limited to, the following items:
List items that were removed, damaged, or taken
3. The defendant(s) or their agent's actions have caused irreparable loss or damage because the plaintiff(s) are being
deprived of the premises and of their personal property.
4. The plaintiff(s) are without any adequate remedy at law.
The plaintiff(s) request that the court:
1. If applicable, issue an ex parte (without hearing) temporary injunction preventing the defendant(s) and their agents from
depriving the plaintiff(s) of the premises and the personal property described above, and, for good cause shown, waive
the bond requirement for the temporary injunction (see Section 52-471 of the Connecticut General Statutes);
2. Issue a permanent injunction preventing the defendant(s) and their agents from depriving the plaintiff(s) of access to the
premises and to the personal property described above (see Section 52-471 of the Connecticut General Statutes);
3. Award the plaintiff(s) a writ of restitution ordering that the plaintiff(s) be restored to the premises and/or to their personal
property (see Section 47a-45a of the Connecticut General Statutes); and
4. Order any other legal or equitable relief that the court deems proper.
I swear that the above statements are true to the best of my knowledge.
On (Date)
Signed (Plaintiff(s))
Subscribed and
sworn to before me
Current address of plaintiff(s)
Signed (Clerk, Notary Public, Commissioner of the Superior Court)
The Judicial Branch of the State of Connecticut complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a reasonable
accommodation in accordance with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
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