Wagner v. Wagner
Walter D. Wagner, Plaintiff and Appellee
Bernadette Wagner, Defendant and Appellant
South Central Judicial District,
Judge Burt L. Riskedahl
|Nature of Action:||Child Cust & Support (Div.\other)|
|Term:||04/2000  Argument: 04/26/2000|
|ND cite:||2000 ND 132|
612 N.W.2d 555
Appellant's Statement of the Issues:|
Did the district court err in finding the evidence did not establish that Walter fraudulently induced Bernadette to enter into the Stipulation?
Did the district court err in failing to void the sales at auction as fraudulent transfers?
Did the district court err in determining that Walter had followed the Stipulation?
Appellee's Statement of the Issues:
1. Did the District Court err in finding the evidence did not establish that Walter fraudulently induced Bernadette to enter into the Stipulation?
2. Did the District Court err in failing to void the sales at auction as fraudulent transfers?
3. Did the District Court err in determining that Walter had followed the Stipulation?
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|1||01/14/2000 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 01/13/2000|
|2||02/08/2000 RECORD ON APPEAL (7 vols.), Transcripts (8 vols.) & Exhibits (NOT REC'D: #40-Def's Exh. P-ASCS Est.|
|3||02/08/2000 of Silage Value; #107 - Partial Transcript Vols. I, II, III, & IV; Pl. Exh. 14 of 187, which clerk|
|4||02/08/2000 indicates there is no #14; & Receipt #9302 for appeal bond|
|5||02/22/2000 APPELLANT BRIEF|
|6||02/22/2000 APPELLANT APPENDIX|
|7||02/22/2000 DISK - ATB|
|8||03/22/2000 APPELLEE BRIEF|
|9||03/22/2000 DISK - AEB|
|10||04/26/2000 APPEARANCES: Patricia E. Garrity, Bernadette Wagner; Rauleigh D. Robinson, Walter Wagner|
|11||04/26/2000 ARGUED: Garrity; Robinson (Vol. X; page 20)|
|12||06/29/2000 DISPOSITION: AFFIRMED AND MODIFIED|
|13||06/29/2000 UNANIMOUS OPINION: VandeWalle, Gerald W.|
|14||06/29/2000 Per Court, costs on appeal awarded to Appellant, Benadette Wagner|
|15||06/30/2000 Order/Judgment Mailed to Parties|
|17||07/26/2000 RECEIPT SIGNED BY DISTRICT COURT CLERK'S OFFICE|
|18||04/30/2007 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed|