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In Connecticut, the eviction is part of the foreclosure action whether it is a foreclosure by sale or strict foreclosure. If the foreclosed homeowners and or occupants do not leave the property after the sale or the Law Day, the foreclosing party can ask the court for an order of ejectment, which allows a state marshal to remove the homeowners and their possessions from the premises. Conn Gen. Stat. §§ 49-26, 49-22.
So literally the day after Law Day, the lender can ask for an order of ejectment and have the marshal come and force anyone living there to vacate. Now as a matter of custom, the marshal will post the property at least 24 hours before any forcible eviction to give the occupants a little extra time to move out voluntarily rather than forcibly.
If I were to guess, I would expect the lender to move for the order on Monday the 18th and then it would be posted that day and enforced the next day..