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Itinerant Vendor

According to Connecticut General Statutes Chapter 407, an itinerant vendor is defined as any person or business that does not have a permanent place of business in Connecticut for at least nine months a year, who offers to sell goods, and who rents, leases or occupies any building or structure in order to sell these goods. 
Itinerant vendors must obtain an itinerant vendor’s license from the Department of Consumer Protection. A portion of every license fee is deposited into the State's Itinerant Vendors Guaranty Fund.The license is good for one year and is renewable.

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