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3.9-16  Reasonable Time to Remedy after Notice

Revised to January 1, 2008

In deciding the issue of notice, the subsidiary question is whether the defect had existed for such a length of time that the defendant, in the exercise of due care, should have discovered it in time to have remedied it prior to the plaintiff's fall.  What constitutes a reasonable time is a question of fact for you to determine based on the circumstances you find to have existed in this case.

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Kelly v. Stop & Shop, Inc., 281 Conn. 768, 777 (2007); Morris v. King Cole Stores, Inc., 132 Conn. 489 (1946); Schwarz v. Waterbury Public Market, Inc., 6 Conn. App. 429, 432 (1986).
 


 

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