For discretionary act immunity, the threshold inquiry in determining whether a duty is ministerial or discretionary is whether there exists a directive compelling a municipality or its agent to act in a prescribed manner but, the existence of such a directive alone is not necessarily sufficient to create a duty
Coley v. City of Hartford
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 28, 2013
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