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Landlord/Tenant Law Supreme Court Slip Opinion

   by Booth, George

SC20397 - Boccanfuso v. Daghoghi ("The issue in this certified appeal is whether the trial court properly rejected the defendants' claim that the doctrine of equitable nonforfeiture should have operated to prevent their eviction in a summary process action for nonpayment of rent under the terms of a commercial lease. The defendants, Nader Daghoghi (Nader), Sassoon Daghoghi (Sassoon), and 940 Post Road East, LLC, doing business as Savoy Rug Gallery, appeal from the judgment of the Appellate Court, which affirmed the trial court's judgment of possession rendered in favor of the plaintiffs, Dominick Boccanfuso (Dominick), Crescienzo Boccanfuso, and Boccanfuso Bros., Inc. (plaintiff corporation). The defendants claim that the Appellate Court improperly affirmed the judgment of the trial court denying the defendants equitable relief from forfeiture of their tenancy. We affirm the judgment of the Appellate Court. ")

Connecticut Law Journal - September 29, 2020

   by Roy, Christopher

The Connecticut Law Journal, Volume LXXXII, No. 13, for September 29, 2020 is now available.

Contained in the issue is the following:

  • Table of Contents
  • Volume 335: Orders (Pages 939 - 943)
  • Volume 335: Cumulative Table of Cases Connecticut Reports
  • Volume 200: Connecticut Appellate Reports (Pages 356 - 554)
  • Volume 200: Memorandum Decisions (Pages 901 - 902)
  • Volume 200: Cumulative Table of Cases Connecticut Appellate Reports
  • Notices of Connecticut State Agencies