As stated in the 1933 Connecticut Supreme Court case of Rosenthal v. State Bar Examining Committee, "[t]he basic conception of a waiver is that it is intentional; it cannot be established by a consent given under a mistake of fact."
Worth Construction Company, Inc. v. Department of Public Works
Connecticut Appellate Court
November 19, 2012
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