The term "resides," as employed in C.G.S. §45a-175(b), which establishes jurisdiction for the Probate Court in the district where a grantor of a power of attorney "resides," when read in context, unambiguously means the place where a person actually lives regardless of her intention to remain there, or even an understanding of that location as the place at which she resides.
In The Matter Of: Mary E. Bachand
Connecticut Supreme Court
August 20, 2012
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