Gardner v. Falvey

In Gardner v. Falvey, 45 Conn. App. 699, 697 A.2d 711 (1997), the trial court rendered a final judgment, and a proper appeal was taken. Thereafter, a motion to reargue was filed with the trial court, and the court granted the motion, but the reargument had not actually taken place at the time the appeal was heard by the Appellate Court. The Appellate Court dismissed the appeal, holding that because there was no disposition of the reargument, the controversy was not ripe for the court's review, and there was no final judgment. Id., at 702.