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Connecticut General Statutes Title 29. Public Safety and State Police § 29-308. State Fire Marshal may take original jurisdiction to abate fire hazards

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The State Fire Marshal may take original jurisdiction for the abatement of any hazardous condition found by him or his agents to be contrary to the statutes or to the regulations made in accordance therewith, and shall report such condition to a prosecuting attorney.  He shall have the right of entry by himself or by his lawful agents at all reasonable hours into or upon all or any premises where any such hazard may exist.  The State Fire Marshal, upon receipt of information from the administrator of any state department or agency that a condition in any building or facility supervised or licensed in part or in whole by his department or agency is hazardous to life or is in violation of the statutes pertaining to fire prevention and safety or the regulations made in accordance therewith, shall make or cause to be made an inspection of such building or facility, and may take original jurisdiction for the abatement of such hazardous condition.

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