A defendant has no obligation to specially plead facts tending to disprove any allegations of the plaintiff's complaint that he has not admitted in his answer because, by generally denying such allegations or leaving the plaintiff to her proof, he gives clear notice that such allegations are disputed and will be at issue in the case.
Bruno v. Whipple
Connecticut Appellate Court
October 22, 2012
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