No. 115.

56 Wis.2d 471 (1972)

202 N.W.2d 272

BEDUHN and wife, Respondents, v. KOLAR and wife, Appellants.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided November 28, 1972.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellants the cause was submitted on the briefs of Richard J. Gould of Green Bay.

For the respondents the cause was submitted on the brief of Kaftan, Kaftan, Kaftan & Kuehne, S.C., of Green Bay.


As is usual, boundary disputes are generally between friends who become enemies and the facts are detailed and somewhat confusing, all of which give rise to the conflicting principles of law. The difficulty in this case arises because the Kolars give to the words "south," "east," and "west," the exactness which would be required by the use of the terms "due south," "due east," and "due west," rather than taking such directions less literally so the...

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