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Description de l’éditeur
The defendant placed the property of the plaintiff in its 1945 grand list at $1,242,102. On appeal to the board of tax review, this figure was confirmed. The property was taxable at its ""fair market value"" in the defendant town under General Statutes, 1759 (formerly Cum. Sup. 1935, 366c). The plaintiff appealed to the Court of Common Pleas, which reduced the assessment to $720,000. The defendant appealed from this judgment. It attacked the finding, the conclusions and several of the rulings made. The defendant states in its brief that sixty-one paragraphs of the draft finding ""were, it is believed, admitted and undisputed facts and should have been found."" (This is the only reference in the brief to this assignment of error, and it was not alluded to in oral argument. Under these circumstances, we are under no obligation to search the 764-page record for supporting testimony. Linahan v. Linahan, 131 Conn. 307, 311, 39 A.2d 895. The assignment falls into the class of assignments of error which are not pursued in the brief and will be disregarded. State v. Jones, 124 Conn. 664, 665, 2 A.2d 374; Maltbie, Conn. App. Proc., 165.