§ 45a-706 Rule of construction
§ 45a-707 Definitions
§ 45a-708 Guardian ad litem for minor or incompetent parent
§ 45a-709 Validity of proceedings prior to statutory changes
§ 45a-715 Petition to terminate parental rights. Cooperative postadoption agreements
§ 45a-716 Hearing on petition to terminate parental rights. Notice. Attorney General as party
§ 45a-717 Termination of parental rights. Conduct of hearing. Investigation and report. Grounds for termination
§ 45a-718 Appointment and duties of statutory parent. Removal or resignation
§ 45a-719 Reopening judgment terminating parental rights. Best interest of child. Final decree of adoption
§ 45a-724 Who may give child in adoption
§ 45a-724a Placement for adoption with child-placing agency by Commissioner of Children and Families
§ 45a-725 When child free for adoption
§ 45a-726 Placement of adoptive children by Commissioner of Children and Families or child-placing agency
§ 45a-726a Consideration of sexual orientation of prospective adoptive or foster parent
§ 45a-726b Recruitment of minority families not to delay placement of adoptive child
§ 45a-726c Term “adoptive parent” substituted for “adopting parent”
§ 45a-727 Application and agreement for adoption. Investigation, report. Adoptive parents entitled to receive copy of records and other information re history of child. Assessment of fees. Hearing and decree
§ 45a-727a Legislative findings re best interests of child
§ 45a-727b Endorsement of rights and responsibilities of unmarried persons to child subject to adoption, but not marriage or union of such persons
§ 45a-728 Regulations re adoption placement of children identified or located by prospective parents
§ 45a-728a Participation in birth and visitation of newborn identified for adoption by prospective adoptive parents
§ 45a-728b Discharge of newborn identified for adoption from hospital. Prospective adoptive parents permitted to attend hospital programs re infant care
§ 45a-728c Payment of expenses of birth mother by prospective adoptive parents
§ 45a-728d Advertising by birth parent and prospective adoptive parent for purpose of identified adoption
§ 45a-729 Penalty for violation of provisions re adoption placement
§ 45a-730 Validation of foreign adoption. Petition filed in Probate Court
§ 45a-731 Effects of final decree of adoption. Surviving rights
§ 45a-731a Issuance of final adoption decree notwithstanding death of child
§ 45a-732 Husband and wife to join in adoption
§ 45a-733 Procedure on application for adoption by stepparent or person who shares parental responsibility with the parent of a child
§ 45a-734 Adoption of adults. Inheritance
§ 45a-735 Husband or wife of adopted adult to consent
§ 45a-736 Change of name of adopted person
§ 45a-737 Obliteration of original name on institutional records, new name substituted
§ 45a-743 Definitions
§ 45a-744 Legislative policy
§ 45a-745 Adoption record
§ 45a-746 Information available to adoptive parents and adult adopted or adoptable person
§ 45a-747 Information regarding adoption completed before October 1, 1977
§ 45a-748 Agency or department to make effort to obtain information
§ 45a-749 Request for information
§ 45a-750 Identifying information
§ 45a-751 Release of identifying information by child-placing agency or department
§ 45a-751a Conditions re release of information. Counseling
§ 45a-751b Disclosure of identifying information. Consent required. Exception
§ 45a-751c Order directing issuance of uncertified copy of original birth certificate
§ 45a-752 Appeal to Probate Court. Advisory panel. Report. Hearing. Decision
§ 45a-753 Obtaining consent of person whose identity is requested. Petition to court
§ 45a-754 Records related to termination of parental rights, removal of parent as guardian, appointment of statutory parent, adoption matters, temporary guardianship and emancipation of minors. Confidentiality. Exceptions
§ 45a-755 Registries. Filing of registration
§ 45a-756 Agreement to release identifying information. Notification. Fee
§ 45a-757 Records maintained on a permanent basis
§ 45a-763 Adoption Review Board established
§ 45a-764 Powers of Adoption Review Board. Notice and hearing
§ 45a-765 Records to be confidential

Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes > Chapter 803 - Termination of Parental Rights and Adoption

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