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2010AP33 Mette v. Ironbar LLC

By: WISCONSIN LAW JOURNAL STAFF//June 1, 2011//

2010AP33 Mette v. Ironbar LLC

By: WISCONSIN LAW JOURNAL STAFF//June 1, 2011//

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Contracts
Breach; specific performance

Kenneth Mette, pro se, appeals from a judgment dismissing his specific performance and breach of contract claims against The Ironbar, L.L.C., and declaring that Mette has no interest in the property located at 1301 Milwaukee Avenue in South Milwaukee (hereafter, “the property”).

Mette argues that it was Ironbar, and not Mette, who breached the contract and, therefore, summary judgment should not have been granted and attorney fees should not have been awarded to Ironbar. Mette also contends that Ironbar was unjustly enriched. Mette asks this court to reverse the judgment and restore ownership of the property to him. We reject his arguments and affirm the judgment. We also grant Ironbar’s request for appellate attorney fees pursuant to the contract, and we remand to the trial court for a determination of reasonable appellate attorney fees. This opinion will not be published.

2010AP33 Mette v. Ironbar LLC

Dist I, Milwaukee County, Kahn, J., Per Curiam
Attorneys: For Appellant: Mette, Kenneth, pro se; For Respondent: White, Barry R., Milwaukee

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