Wadia Enterprises, Inc. v. Hirschfeld
In Wadia Enterprises, Inc. v. Hirschfeld, 224 Conn. 240, 243, 618 A.2d 506 (1992), the agents of the homeowners drafted the contract that failed to contain the cancellation clause required by the act.
The Court, in affirming the trial court's rendering of summary judgment, stated that the "fact that the homeowners had their architect and New York attorneys draft the contract does not in and of itself indicate bad faith on the part of the defendants. . . . At most, the New York attorneys were negligent in failing to consult Connecticut law and to include the required clause in the contract. An honest mistake does not rise to the level of bad faith." Id. at 248-49.