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Wisconsin Replevin Law
Sandy S. Peebles v. Laura S. Arnold

¶1 HOOVER, P.J.[1] Sandy Peebles[2] appeals an order dismissing her small claims action and awarding ownership of a dog to Laura Arnold. On appeal, Peebles argues the evidence shows she is the dog’s rightful owner. We affirm.

¶2 On August 25, 2011, Peebles brought a small claims action against Arnold, seeking the return of Lexi, a dog that had been living with Arnold s... More...
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Auto Cash Title Loans of Wisconsin, Inc. v. Paul Webster

Paul Webster appeals an order denying his motion for costs and attorney fees for violations of the Wisconsin Consumer Act. Webster argues that violations of the consumer act’s procedural requirements may entitle a prevailing party to recover costs and attorney fees, and that his motion was timely filed. We agree and reverse and remand for the circuit court to determine and award costs and atto... More...   $0 (02-09-2010 - WI)

Nicole L. Musick v. State Farm Bank

Melissa Bradley appeals from an oral order in Nicole Musick’s small claims replevin action to recover a vehicle in Bradley’s possession.[2] Bradley argues that the trial court erred in ordering her to sell the vehicle and split the proceeds equally with William Davis, a non-party witness in this action. Bradley contends that courts may not issue money judgments in replevin actions, and that ... More...   $0 (10-08-2009 - WI)

Francis Groshek and Karen Groshek v. Michael G. Trewin

¶1 In this action Francis and Karen Groshek claim their former attorney, Michael G. Trewin, breached his fiduciary duty to them in the course of purchasing their property, which included their homestead. The circuit court denied Trewin’s motion for summary judgment and, after a trial to the court, determined that Trewin had breached his fiduciary duty. The court ordered rescission of the contra... More...   $0 (03-26-2009 - WI)

Landmark Credit Union v. Lisa Borum

Lisa Borum, pro se, appeals a "Replevin Order for Judgment" (uppercasing omitted) awarded to Landmark Credit Union, and the trial court's order denying her motion for reconsideration. She contends that Landmark never properly perfected the "Motor Vehicle Consumer Simple Interest Installment Sale and Security Agreement" (uppercasing omitted) she executed in April of 2005 giving Landmark a secur... More...   $0 (10-30-2007 - WI)

Chrysler Financial Co. v. Falter

Suzanne Falter appeals from the order of Judge Thomas Sazama denying her request for attorney fees under the Wisconsin Consumer Act (WCA) and the order of Judge Richard Stafford denying her motion for reconsideration. The sole issue on appeal is whether Falter obtained a significant benefit entitling her to attorney fees when she successfully required Chrysler Financial Company to amend its small ... More...   $0 (01-08-2002 - WI)

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