As explained by the Appellate Court in the 1993 case of Mall v. Labow, "[a] valid assignment transfers to the assignee exclusive ownership of all of the assignor's rights to the subject assigned and extinguishes all of those rights in the assignor."
Bozelko v. Milici
Connecticut Appellate Court
December 17, 2012
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