Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
For the appellant there was a brief and oral argument by Robert A. Zum Brunnen of Spooner.
For the respondent there was a brief by Douglas, Omernik & Bitney of Spooner, and oral argument by W. W. Bitney.
Supreme Court of Wisconsin.
The facts are not in dispute. On April 5, 1954, plaintiff, a motor-vehicle dealer, sold to defendant for the price of $1,695, plus a secondhand car, a used Nash automobile. Before the sale plaintiff had changed the speedometer reading on the Nash car to 21,000 miles. It had in fact traveled about 60,000 miles. A judgment note was given for a part of the purchase price. Judgment was taken upon the note. Defendant obtained an order setting aside the judgment...
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