Therefore, Mary was not moved to the West Hartford long-term care facility for a temporary or transitory purpose but, rather, to receive ongoing care in a residential setting for an indefinite period of time. In that regard, the facility in West Hartford was the place where Mary actually lived, which was definite as to purpose, but indefinite as to time. See Schutte v. [*49] Douglass, supra, 90 Conn. 538 (Beach, J., concurring). Accordingly, we conclude that Mary resided in West Hartford at the time of the defendant's petition and, therefore, the Probate Court there had jurisdiction to order the accounting from the plaintiff pursuant to § 45a-175 (b).
(From an email to Defendants)
Sec. 1-51. Claims and litigation. In a statutory short form power of attorney, the language conferring general authority with respect to claims and litigation shall be construed to mean that the principal authorizes the agent:(1) To assert and prosecute before any court, administrative board, department, commissioner or other tribunal any cause of action, claim, counterclaim, offset or defense, which the principal has, or claims to have, against any individual, partnership, association, corporation, limited liability company, government, or other person or instrumentality, including, but not limited to, power to sue for the recovery of land or of any other thing of value, for the recovery of damages sustained by the principal in any manner, for the elimination or modification of tax liability, for an injunction, for specific performance, or for any other relief; (2) to bring an action of interpleader or other action to determine adverse claims; to intervene or interplead in any action or proceeding, and to act in any litigation as amicus curiae; (3) in