R & R Pool & Home, Inc. v. Zoning Board of Appeals
In R & R Pool & Home, Inc. v. Zoning Board of Appeals, 43 Conn. App. 563, 684 A.2d 1207 (1996), the Court held that a $ 1500 purchase money mortgage, which a partnership retained on the property, was not a sufficient interest to support aggrievement. Although the partnership established that it had more than a general interest in the property, it did not establish that its interest had been specially and injuriously affected by the denial of the application. Id.
Specifically, the Court held that the mere $ 1500 purchase money mortgage of the partnership was not likely to be in jeopardy. Id. The property sold for $ 315,000 and, even if R & R Pool & Home, Inc., defaulted on payment of the $ 1500 mortgage debt, the partnership could obtain a foreclosure judgment and readily recover its $ 1500 interest. Id.