Bishop v. Bordonaro

In Bishop v. Bordonaro, 20 Conn. App. 58, 563 A.2d 1049 (1989), the plaintiffs were deemed aggrieved when they executed a contract with a seller of real property, but the Probate Court ordered that the property be sold to an intervening party who appeared at the subsequent hearing on the application to sell and offered a higher price. Id., 20 Conn. App. at 60-61.