Hall v. Dichello Distributors, Inc

In Hall v. Dichello Distributors, Inc., 6 Conn. App. 530, 506 A.2d 1054, cert. denied, 200 Conn. 807, 512 A.2d 230 (1986), the Court addressed the jurisdictional limitations of the Probate Court, finding that there are "limited types of actions over which the Superior Court does not exercise original jurisdiction . . . ." The Court indicated that the three types of actions in which the Superior Court is limited in jurisdiction are those involving the "custody of a child not the issue of the marriage involved in a divorce, settlement of an executor's or administrator's account, and the question of due execution of a will." Id.