Banking, Securities and Related Laws


Connecticut General Statutes

Connecticut General Statutes (Revised to January 1, 2017)
2018 Supplement to the General Statutes (Contains 2017 codified public acts)

  • The Banking Law of Connecticut (Title 36a)
  • Connecticut Securities Law and Business Opportunity Investment Act (Title 36b)
  • Landlord and Tenant Law (Title 47a) - The Banking Commissioner has jurisdiction of certain subsections of Section 47a-21 regarding security deposits
2018 Public Acts of Interest:
P.A. 18-38  An Act Providing Protections for Consumers Applying for Reverse Mortgages. 
P.A. 18-53
An Act Eliminating the Requirement That a Mortgagor Represented by Counsel Attend the First Foreclosure Mediation Session in Person.
P.A. 18-70
An Act Concerning the Provision of a Payoff Statement by a Judgment Lienholder.
P.A.  18-90
An Act Concerning Security Freezes on Credit Reports, Identity Theft Prevention Services and Regulations of Credit Rating Agencies.
P.A. 18-117 An Act Concerning Connecticut Credit Unions.
P.A. 18-173 An Act Concerning Consumer Credit Licenses.


2017 Public Acts of Interest:
P.A. 17-38 An Act Concerning Lead Generators of Residential Mortgage Loans.
P.A. 17-120

An Act Protecting the Interests of Consumers Doing Business With Financial Planners.

P.A. 17-206 An Act Concerning the Promotion of Loan Forgiveness Programs.
P.A. 17-233 An Act Concerning Secured and Unsecured Lending.
P.A. 17-236 An Act Concerning the Department of Banking's Enforcement Authority, the Issuance of Certain Reports, Requiring the Return of Certain Portions of Security Deposits and Making Minor Revisions to the Banking Statutes.

The Connecticut General Assembly compiles the statutes and public acts, which are available online at  Official copies of the General Statutes of Connecticut, available either as individual volumes or a 16-volume set, may be purchased from the Secretary of the State's Office.

Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies

The regulation compilations linked here have been prepared by the Department of Banking. They are not intended to be a substitute for the official Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies available on the Secretary of the State's website through the eRegulations System and should not be relied upon as such. The compilations are intended to provide industry and its representatives with the regulations adopted by the Banking Commissioner.