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Civil Procedure — post-judgment discovery

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Civil Procedure — post-judgment discovery

Craig and Susan Johnson appeal an order denying their motion to vacate a foreclosure judgment. In a separate appeal, the Johnsons contend the circuit court erred by denying their motion for post-judgment discovery. U.S. Bank, N.A., argues the order denying the Johnsons’ motion to vacate is not appealable because the motion merely relitigated issues that were disposed of in the previous judgment. U.S. Bank also argues the circuit court properly exercised its discretion by denying the Johnsons’ motion for post-judgment discovery. We agree on both counts. We therefore dismiss the Johnsons’ appeal from the order denying their motion to vacate, and we affirm the order denying the Johnsons’ post-judgment discovery motion. This opinion will not be published.

2011AP2927, 2012AP1161 U.S. Bank NA v. Johnson, et al.

Dist III, Polk County, Lundell, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Peterson, Reed, Madison; For Respondent: Zbaracki, Andrew J., Milwaukee; Fischer, William E., Milwaukee

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