Supreme Court Year In Review

Supreme Court Land Use: Property Search, Backyard Burial Make National News

Other land use decisions focus on dead-end streets, mobile home parks

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


Connecticut's high court this term has again proved itself to be steadfastly faithful to longstanding precedent, but willing to push a little bit – call it new wine in old bottles. This was especially so when compelling facts were front and center. Let's start with a remarkable decision that caught the attention of people across the country.

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