Connecticut General Statutes Title 47. Land and Land Titles § 47-7a. Rights of aliens re real estate. Validation of real estate transfers to aliens
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(a) Any alien, whether or not resident in the United States, may hold, acquire, lease, inherit and transfer real estate in this state in as full a manner as native-born citizens.
(b) Any transfer of real estate to any such alien prior to October 1, 1985, is validated.
All moneys heretofore or hereafter paid to a county in this state by the United States secretary of the interior, in accordance with the provisions of 16 U.S.C.A. § 715s (78 Stat. 701, PL 88-523), which provides for participation by counties in revenues from the national wildlife refuge system shall be received and placed in a separate fund, and shall be apportioned, credited, and paid by the county treasurer as follows:
(1) Seventy-five percent (75%) shall be paid to school districts in the county in proportion to the assessed tangible valuation of school district lands included in the wildlife refuge at the time of their inclusion, as shown by the records of the county clerk or assessor;
(2) Twenty-five percent (25%) shall be credited to the county road fund.
Credits, apportionments and payments shall be made by the county treasurer of the county within sixty (60) days after the moneys are received from the federal agency. Moneys received by school districts and counties may be expended for the purposes herein authorized during the year received even though not included in the budget of expenditures for such year; but such moneys may be used only for public schools and roads.
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