The legislature's failure to state expressly that a grantor or grantee may not act as an attesting witness in C.G.S. §47-5 did not indicate an intent to condone such a practice as such a reading would thwart the intended purpose of the witness requirement.
Hannaford v. Mann
Connecticut Appellate Court
March 21, 2012
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