As explained in the 1968 Connecticut Supreme Court case of Hoblitzelle v. Frechette, Connecticut appellate courts refuse to "entertain a reservation in an action which is not ready for final judgment unless the questions presented are such as are, in [its] opinion, reasonably certain to enter into the decision of the case and it appears that their determination would be in the interest of simplicity, directness and economy of judicial action."
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