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Written by attorney Sally A Roberts | Sep 9, 2016

Charitable Immunity

The Connecticut Legislature abolished the common-law defense of charitable immunity by statute in 1967. Conn. Gen. Stat. § 52-557d provides: “The common law defense of charitable immunity is abolished and shall not constitute a valid defense to any cause of action.”

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