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Welcome to Community Associations Institute - Connecticut Chapter!!!

Community Associations Institute’s mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship, ideals reflected in community associations that are preferred places to call home.  CAI’s focus is providing education, research & information and legislative advocacy.  Find out more – click here to watch a short video about CAI.


Legislative Alerts - March 31, 2014
Although this is a “short session” year, there has been a constant stream of activity at the Capitol.  Listed below are the bills of most interest and/or concern to CAI-CT.  We urge you to reach out to your legislators and let them know that community associations in Connecticut have an important voice which should be heard! Read More -->>
Upcoming Events
ABCThe ABCs: A Basic Course for Community Associations
Saturday, April 19, 2014, 8:30am - 3:00pm
Light Breakfast & Lunch will be served.
Wynfield Village, 20 Wynfield Lane, Bloomfield, CT Directions
Members $50, Non-Members $75
This course meets the requirements set forth in Connecticut Public Act 06-23.
Topic: A comprehensive review of community associations operations.
Timely Topics for Managers, Board Members & Homeowners............
  • MANAGER LICENSURE - New law just passed in May 9, 2012 lm2
  • FHA PAGE - Changes in FHA guidelines may affect your

  • CIOA PAGE - July 1, 2010 - Revisions to Common Interest Ownership Act (CIOA) will apply to every condominium, cooperative, and planned community in the state, regardless of when it was created, beginning on July 1, 2010.

Find ANSWERS to Common Community Association Questions

What is a community association?

What laws govern a community association?

What to know before you buy!

What Best Practices may be used to strengthen constructive participation in the governance of associations?

How do we ensure that community association assets are protected?

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Please Note: The Connecticut Chapter of CAI is not able to assist with legal questions.  The CAI-CT staff and officers cannot respond to any requests for legal advice or the application of any law to specific facts.  To understand and protect your legal rights, you should consult the lawyer of your choice regarding legal questions.  We suggest that you consult an attorney who specializes in community association law.