Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-273-13 - Moving expenses: businesses and farm operations

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Except as provided in Section 8-273-11, a displaced person who conducts a business or farm operation which is discontinued or relocated is entitled to actual reasonable expenses for -
(1) Transporting his personal property from the displacement site to a replacement site, but not more than 50 miles, unless, in the case of relocation, the agency concerned finds that the business or farm operation cannot be relocated within that distance;
(2) Packing, crating, and, if the agency concerned finds it necessary, storing his personal property for not more than 6 months;
(3) If the agency concerned finds it necessary, advertising for packing, crating, storing, or transporting his personal property;
(4) Insuring against loss or damage of his personal property while in storage or transit;
(5) Removing and reinstalling machinery and equipment including reconnecting utilities, if -
(i) It is not acquired by the agency concerned as real property;
(ii) The displaced person agrees in writing that the machinery or equipment is personal property and releases the agency concerned from paying it; and
(iii) Unless otherwise required by law, it is not a real property improvement to the location site; and
(6) Searching for a replacement business or farm operation, to the extent those expenses meet the requirements of Section 8-273-17.
(b) A displaced person who conducts a business or farm operation which is discontinued or relocated is entitled to the actual direct losses of personal property resulting from the discontinuation or move, to the extent those losses meet the requirements of Section 8-273-16.
(c) A displaced person who conducts a business or farm operation which is relocated is entitled to be reimbursed for uninsurable loss or damage of his personal property while in the process of moving, if the loss or damage is not the result of his fault or negligence.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 8-273-13
Effective April 30, 1975

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