Dante v. Dante
In Dante v. Dante, 93 Conn. 160, 162-63, 105 A. 353 (1919), the plaintiff claimed that she did not receive notice of the pendency of the original action that was brought by her husband and, therefore, had no opportunity to appear and defend herself. Dante v. Dante, supra, 161-62.
The court granted her a new trial where it was shown that she did not have actual notice of the judgment against her and the statutory time for granting new trials had not yet elapsed. Id., 164.