Kagan v. Alander
In Kagan v. Alander, 42 Conn. App. 92, 677 A.2d 1391, cert. denied, 239 Conn. 913, 682 A.2d 1001 (1996), the Court adopted the trial court's decision in Kagan v. Alander, 44 Conn. Supp. 223, 680 A.2d 1015 (1994), affirming the revocation of the plaintiff's family day care license after she had refused to allow an investigator entry to inspect her facility during an unannounced visit.
That refusal was the sole basis for the revocation of the plaintiff's license. The trial court in Kagan noted that the "regulations governing family day care facilities . . . require . . . acquiescence in the state inspection program, including . . . consent to unannounced spot inspections." Id., 44 Conn. Supp. at 227-28.