Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. v. Bardinelli
In Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. v. Bardinelli, 44 Conn. Supp. 85, 667 A.2d 1315, aff'd, 39 Conn. App. 786, 667 A.2d 806 (1995), pursuant to a notice provision in its mortgage, the lender sent a notice of default to the defendant providing for "'thirty days from the date of this notice'"; id., 88; rather than an exact date, within which to cure.
The trial court found that "while the letter does not state that the defendant had until August 6, 1994 (i.e., thirty days from July, 6, 1994) to cure the default, the notice, in stating that the defendant had thirty days from the date of the letter . . . was sufficiently clear and unambiguous so as properly to advise the defendant of his rights." Id., 89.