In a case regarding an alleged view easement, a Connecticut Appellate Court reversed the trial court’s decision to grant the defendant summary judgment. The appellate court agreed that a land easement existed, and it remanded the case for further proceedings.

The plaintiff, Stephen C. Freidheim, and the defendants, Edward F. McLaughlin and Patricia Ann McLaughlin, are neighbors in Greenwich, both with views of Greenwich Harbor and Long Island Sound, according to the opinion.

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