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The determination of the claims of
law made by the plaintiff on this appeal depends
largely upon the proper construction of the
applicable rules and regulations governing civil
service in Hartford. No rules or regulations
whatever are in the finding or elsewhere in the
printed appeal record. An exhibit of the plaintiff purports to be a
compilation of such rules and regulations
"Adopted — November, 1948; Amended — April 1, 1953."
Paragraph 66 of the finding reads as follows: "All
exhibits admitted in evidence in the trial of this
action are hereby made a part of this Finding and
may be used for all purposes before the Supreme
Court of Errors without being printed." We have
repeatedly pointed out, where a finding is
required, that language such as was used in this
finding does not mean that the incorporation of an
exhibit in the finding for use in this court
without printing constitutes a finding as a fact
of the material contained in the exhibit.
Goldblatt v. Ferrigno, 138 Conn. 39, 41,
82 A.2d 152; Karen v. East Haddam, 146 Conn. 720, 725,
155 A.2d 921. The language used in the present finding
does not mean that the court has found that the
exhibit constitutes the rules and regulations
[147 Conn. 722]

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1960
March 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1
Page
PUBLISHER
LawApp Publishers
SELLER
Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
SIZE
48.7
KB

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