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Contracts — unjust enrichment

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Contracts — unjust enrichment

Amy Hunter appeals a judgment that granted Grace Shaw-Kennedy a writ of replevin to regain possession of a horse that Shaw-Kennedy had placed with Hunter primarily for breeding purposes, and dismissed Hunter’s counterclaims for breach of contract, a lien on the horse, and unjust enrichment for the added value she claimed to have provided to Shaw-Kennedy by training and competing with the horse. The issues on appeal are whether the circuit court improperly considered extraneous evidence, and whether the court erred in refusing to grant Hunter compensation on her unjust enrichment claim. We affirm the circuit court. This opinion will not be published.

2013AP121 Shaw-Kennedy et al. v. Hunter

Dist IV, Vernon County, Rosborough, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Icenogle, Daniel L., Readstown; For Respondent: Ablan, Michael C., La Crosse; Laufer, Daniel A., Bristol, RI

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