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Cartier v. Jackson

Cartier v. Jackson, Nos. 277117, 266758, and 278973 (Conn. Super. Ct. Jan. 24, 1991), denying summary judgment motion.  Case withdrawn June 2, 1994.

The issue facing the court in this case was whether three handwritten notes given by Lionel Jackson to his three children, promising each of them a specific painting, constituted inter vivos gifts. When the Jackson sold two of the paintings more than 25 years later, his children sued, claiming . . .

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