When ruling whether an entity possesses the legal capacity to sue, Connecticut courts consider whether: 1.) the entity is a distinct 'body politic'; and 2.) a specific statute enables the entity to commence suit and to be sued.
Zahrijczuk v. Branford Water Pollution Control Authority
May 9, 2012
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