§ 46A-54. Dedication of streets.
Upon motion of any party or the commissioners, the clerk may authorize the commissioners to propose in their report the dedication of portions of the real property that are necessary as a means of access to any share or that are otherwise advisable for public or private highways, streets, or alleys. The court shall consider the proposal as a part of the report and, if approved by the court, it shall constitute a dedication. Only a dedication approved by a judge of the superior court affects the interest of a minor, an incompetent adult, or another person under a legal disability. (1969, c. 45; 2020-23, ss. 2(t), 3.)