Connecticut Light & Power Co. v. Texas-Ohio Power, Inc
In Connecticut Light & Power Co. v. Texas-Ohio Power, Inc., 243 Conn. 635, 708 A.2d 202 (1998) the plaintiff sought a declaratory ruling from the department of public utility control about the retail sale of electricity by the defendant. Id., 639-40.
There were no disputed facts. Because the only questions raised by the plaintiff were questions of law challenging the agency's interpretation of the applicable statutes, the court held that deferential review was unwarranted. Id., 643-44.