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Connecticut General Statutes 47a-46 - When double damages allowable

Connecticut General Statutes > Title 47a > Chapter 833 > 47a-46

Current as of: 2013

The party aggrieved may recover in a civil action double damages and his costs against the defendant, if it is found on the trial of a complaint brought under section 47a-43 that he entered into the land, tenement or dwelling unit by force or after entry held the same by force or otherwise injured the party aggrieved in the manner described in section 47a-43.

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