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Contracts – breach – ambiguity — extrinsic evidence

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Contracts – breach – ambiguity — extrinsic evidence

David Bowe appeals from a small claims judgment in favor of Seefeldt Construction. Pursuant to the judgment, Bowe is to pay a total of $2,205.64 to Seefeldt including $1,106.64 in accrued interest and approximately $1100 in attorney fees and costs. Bowe contends that the trial court erred when it failed to credit him for a $1,000 down payment made under the terms of the contract. Bowe further argues that, when the $1,000 down payment is credited, he owes no interest and therefore, no attorney fees. We reject Bowe’s contentions. We affirm the judgment. This opinion will not be published.

2012AP789 Seefeldt Construction v. Bowe

Dist II, Calumet County, Froehlich, J., Neubauer, P.J.

Attorneys: For Appellant: Schneider, Troy R., Chilton; For Respondent: Burke, Edward D., Jr., Oconto

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