(a) Whenever any court, including a court of probate, or the judge of any such court acting in any matter coming before him as a judge, makes or renders any decision, order, decree, denial or ruling, unless it is made or rendered in the presence of counsel in the matter, the clerk of the court shall immediately notify counsel and any appearing party, in writing by mail or electronic delivery, of the decision, order, decree, denial or ruling. Electronic delivery may be by computer or facsimile transmission or by employing other technology in accordance with procedures and technical standards established by the Office of the Chief Court Administrator or the Probate Court Administrator, as the case may be. Notice delivered electronically shall have the same validity and status as notice delivered by mail.

Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes 51-53

  • Appellate: About appeals; an appellate court has the power to review the judgement of another lower court or tribunal.
  • Probate: Proving a will

(b) The time limited by law for commencing appellate proceedings on the decision, order, decree, denial or ruling shall date from the time when such notice is issued by the clerk.