Claydon v. Finizie

In Claydon v. Finizie, 7 Conn. App. 522, 508 A.2d 845 (1986), the Court concluded that an administrator of an estate did not have standing to seek a partition and sale of certain real property of the estate because the administrator had not alleged that the proceeds from the proposed partition and sale were needed to satisfy debts of the estate. In so doing, this court stated: "Where, as in the instant case, no allegation is made that the property is needed to meet claims against the estate, there can be no occasion to permit the exercise of the executor's power." Claydon v. Finizie, supra, 7 Conn. App. 526.