Here's the procedure to evict the tenant:
To evict a renter in Connecticut, a landlord must follow a legal
procedure called summary process. This eviction procedure requires the tenant receive adequate notice of the reason for their potential eviction. If the tenant does not leave or correct the condition, a formal complaint can be filed in state court to obtain an order to execute eviction.Download and complete Notice to Quit. Form JD-HM-7, Notice to Quit Possession
, can be downloaded from the Connecticut Judicial Branch
website linked in the Resources section of this article. When completing the form, clearly identify the names of the tenants and state reason for the eviction. The amount of advance notice that must be provided depends on the terms of the tenancy agreement.
Serve notice. Keep the original Notice to Quit, but provide one copy for each tenant to the state marshal for service on the tenants. A fee of $35 to $45 applies.Download and complete Summons and Complaint. If your tenants do not evacuate by the notice deadline, download and complete the summons and complaint form, JD-HM-32. Make one original and one copy for each tenant/defendantGet clerk's signature. Take the completed summons and complaint, along with the original Notice to Quit, to the clerk of the county court for signature. The clerk will also enter the deadline for response to the summons.Serve process again. The summons and complaint must be served on the defendants. The state marshal can again provide this service. The process server
must file an affidavit of service confirming the defendant has received the documents.