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eviction

Jun 28, 2012

Property — landlord-tenant – eviction — nuisance

2011AP2429 Northport Apartments Corporation v. Clark

May 29, 2012

Ruling could affect how evictions handled (UPDATE)

A recent court decision in Dane County could affect the way Wisconsin landlords are able to evict tenants.

Dec 22, 2011

Property — landlord-tenant — eviction

2010AP3056 Fiduciary Real Estate Development Inc. v. Goodavage

Nov 10, 2011

Property — landlord-tenant — eviction

2009AP3007 Gross, et al. v. Schehr

Apr 27, 2011

Evicted tenant has no Fourth Amendment rights

A tenant who has been served notice of a writ of restitution loses any expectation of privacy in the premises.

Nov 16, 2010

2010AP560 Torgerson v. Biber

Property Landlord-tenant; eviction Ann Biber appeals a judgment and an order evicting her from an apartment owned by John Torgerson. Biber contends the circuit court erred by rejecting her Wis. Stat. § 704.25 defense. We affirm. This opinion will not be published. 2010AP560 Torgerson v. Biber Dist III, Eau Claire County, Schumacher, J., Brunner, J. […]

Nov 4, 2010

2009AP3004 State Bank of Cross Plains v. Latimer

Property Landlord-tenant; eviction Julia Latimer appeals a judgment of eviction entered following a trial to the court. Latimer argues that the trial court erred when it (1) failed to conduct the proper evidentiary analysis and failed to explain its decision; (2) refused to allow Latimer to obtain a statement relevant to the proceedings; and (3) […]

Sep 30, 2010

2009AP3004 State Bank of Cross Plains v. Latimer

Property Landlord-tenant; eviction Julia Latimer appeals a judgment of eviction entered following a trial to the court. Latimer argues that the trial court erred when it (1) failed to conduct the proper evidentiary analysis and failed to explain its decision; (2) refused to allow Latimer to obtain a statement relevant to the proceedings; and (3) […]

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