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Connecticut Recorder Information
Recorder information for Connecticut. Real property records are maintained by the Town Clerks in the County where the property is located. There are no county wide recorders in the state of Connecticut, all recording is done by the clerk in the town where the property is situated.

Real estate deeds that transfer property in Connecticut can be recorded to provide constructive notice of the transfer. In most cases deed documents are recorded in the County where the property is located.

Connecticut state code, Sec. 47-5., Conveyance, such as real estate deeds, to be in writing, acknowledged and attested. Conveyance pursuant to power of attorney. (a) All conveyances of land shall be: (1) In writing; (2) if the grantor is a natural person, subscribed, with or without a seal, by the grantor with his own hand or with his mark with his name annexed to it or by his attorney authorized for that purpose by a power executed, acknowledged and witnessed in the manner provided for conveyances or, if the grantor is a corporation, limited liability company or partnership, subscribed by a duly authorized person; (3) acknowledged by the grantor, his attorney or such duly authorized person to be his free act and deed; and (4) attested to by two witnesses with their own hands.
(b) In addition to the requirements of subsection (a) of this section, the execution of a deed or other conveyance of real property pursuant to a power of attorney shall be deemed sufficient if done in substantially the following form:

Name of Owner of Record
By: (Signature of Attorney-in-Fact) L.S.
Name of Signatory
His/Her Attorney-in-Fact