Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection


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We are a service company that can help you file with the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection. We are not associated with this nor any other government agency. We offer paid services and software to help you file. You are not required to purchase our service to file - you may file directly with this agency without using our service.


Contact Information

Physical address:
450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite 901
Hartford, CT 06103

Phone: 860-713-6100

Web: Home Name search

Licenses

We track the following licenses with the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection in order to provide compliance services to our clients. As a client, you see this and other reference data in License Manager in-line with your licenses.

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Connecticut Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets

Game Type:

Sealed ticket games

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Notes:

Individual volunteers may also need to apply for a permit before aiding a charity with sealed ticket game activities.

Initial Registration

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Form:

Application for Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets (Organization)

Agency Fee:

$50

Registration Renewal

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Form:

Application for Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets (Organization)

Agency Fee:

$50

Due:

Annually

Connecticut Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets Monthly

Game Type:

Sealed ticket games

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection

Initial Registration

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Form:

Application for Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets (Organization) Monthly

Agency Fee:

$50

Registration Renewal

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Form:

Application for Permit to Sell Sealed Tickets (Organization) Monthly

Agency Fee:

$50

Due:

Permits expire at the end of the monthly permit period.

Connecticut Real Estate Broker Legal Entity License

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Eligible Entity Types:
  • Publicly Traded Stock Corporations
  • Closed Stock Corporations
  • General Partnerships
  • Non-stock Corporations  
  • Limited Liability Companies 
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Ownership Requirements:

Before applying, all applicants must: 

  • Already hold a Connecticut Real Estate Broker's License; or have an individual Broker's License in a Reciprocal State by examiniation; or the legal entity holds a Broker's License in a Recirpricol State and the broker of record is licensed by examination; or have passed the Connecticut Real Estate Broker's Exam but have not paid for the initial license. 
  • Register the legal entity with the Connecticut Secretary of State 
  • Obtain a Certification of License History from the licensing authority in every state in which you currently or ever held a real estate license. 
  • Complete the application for a legal entity to become a broker. 
  • Complete attached Affidavit of Ownership verifying ownership and stock interest for each Member/Officer. 
  • Attach the partnership agreement. 
  • Limited liability companies must attach the Articles of Organization.
  • Corporations must attach the Articles of Incorporation.
  • Connecticut licensed Salesperson currently working for you must complete a Salesperson Transfer form. 
  • Salespersons not licensed in Connecticut must apply for a Connecticut license if they will engage in the real estate business in Connecticut on behalf of your company. 

 

Requirement Notes:

Licensed individual real estate brokers or salespersons who engage in the real estate business as a partnership, corporation, or limited liability company shall obtain a broker license in the name of that legal entity.


There must be one (or more) licensed broker(s) who owns 51% of the legal entity.


No salesperson may have a controlling interest in the legal entity. 

Initial Registration

Form:

New Legal Entity Application

Filing Method:

Mail 

Agency Fee:

$120 application fee for Designated Broker (if you are not licensed as a Connecticut individual broker), $565 initial license fee for Legal Entity + $20 guaranty fund fee for legal entity

Before you Apply:
  • Already hold a Connecticut Real Estate Broker's License; or have an individual Broker's License in a Reciprocal State by examiniation; or the legal entity holds a Broker's License in a Recirpricol State and the broker of record is licensed by examination; or have passed the Connecticut Real Estate Broker's Exam but have not paid for the initial license.
  • Register the legal entity with the Connecticut Secretary of State
  • Obtain a Certification of License History from the licensing authority in every state in which you currently or ever held a real estate license.
  • Complete the application for a legal entity to become a broker.
  • Complete attached Affidavit of Ownership verifying ownership and stock interest for each Member/Officer.
  • Connecticut licensed Salesperson currently working for you must complete a Salesperson Transfer form.
  • Salespersons not licensed in Connecticut must apply for a Connecticut license if they will engage in the real estate business in Connecticut on behalf of your company. 
Required Attachments:
  • Limited liability companies must attach the Articles of Organization.
  • Corporations must attach the Articles of Incorporation.
  • Partnership Agreement 
  • Articles of Organizatin 
  • Articles of Incorporation 

Registration Renewal

Agency Fee:

$120 application fee for Designated Broker (if you are not licensed as a Connecticut individual broker), $120 legal entity application fee + $20 guaranty fund fee for legal entity

Due:

Annually by November 30.

Connecticut Real Estate Broker License

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection

Initial Registration

Notes:

License applications are provided after passing the exam.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$383

Due:

Annually by November 30.

Connecticut Real Estate Salesperson License

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection

Initial Registration

Notes:

License applications are provided after passing the exam.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$289

Due:

Annually by May 31.

Connecticut Secondhand Dealer of Bedding & Upholstered Furniture License

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:No
Registered Agent (Special Agency) Required?No

Registration Renewal
Renewal Notice for Second Hand Dealer of Bedding & Upholstered Furniture

Instructions:

Renewal Application

Filing Method:

Mail

Due:

Due annually by April 30th

Connecticut Sterilization Permit for Bedding & Upholstered Furniture

Agency:Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:No
Registered Agent (Special Agency) Required?No

Registration Renewal
Sterilization Permit of Bedding & Upholstered Furniture License Renewal

Form:

Renewal Form

Filing Method:

Mail or Online

Due:

Due annually on April 30th

Penalties:

Late renewals will incur a $10 penalty. 

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