Zartolas v. Nisenfeld

In Zartolas v. Nisenfeld, 184 Conn. 471, 474, 440 A2d 179 [Sup Ct Conn 1981], the defendant's execution of a warranty deed in Iowa for the conveyance of real property in Connecticut was sufficient to subject the defendant to in personam jurisdiction in Connecticut. The court found that "the execution of a warranty deed pursuant to a sale of real property is a legal act of a most serious nature ... which clearly falls within the appropriately broad meaning of the term business' in General Statutes 52-59b." (Id. at 475.)