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Notice to Attorneys and Parties re:
Docket Management Program
- 09/07

In accordance with the Guidelines established by the Office of the Chief Court Administrator for the Docket Management Program (DMP), a judgment of dismissal was ordered on June 1, 2007 in any DMP case that was not withdrawn, disposed of by final judgment, certified that the pleadings are closed, claimed to an appropriate civil or family inventory, or exempted for good cause.
 

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Notices informing counsel and pro se parties of record of the entry of a judgment of dismissal in DMP cases were delivered to an office of the United States Postal Service on June 21, 2007.

Generally, pursuant to Connecticut Practice Book 17-4 (Setting Aside or Opening Judgments), any civil judgment or decree rendered in the Superior Court may not be opened or set aside unless a motion to open or set aside is filed within four months succeeding the date on which notice was sent.

  William J. Lavery, Judge
Chief Court Administrator

 

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