The Connecticut Supreme Court made clear in the 1992 case of Upjohn Company v. Zoning Board of Appeals that a party who accepts the benefits of approval by a historic district commission and does not appeal whatever conditions come with the approval may not defend against later enforcement of those conditions by attacking their validity.
Historic District Commission of the Borough of Fenwick v. Sciame
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 14, 2013
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