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    Corliss vs. Wenner and Anderson Case

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    Describe the following:

    The parties (Who is the plaintiff? The defendant? The appellant? The appellee?)
    The history of the case (Who won at trial court? Who won at the lower appellate level? Who won in this decision?)
    The facts (What happened that caused the plaintiff to sue?)
    The plaintiff's theory (Why he thinks he is right)
    The defendant's theory (Why he thinks he is right)
    The legal issue
    The holding of the court (Answers the legal issue)

    What do you think? Was this case decided correctly? Why or why not?

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    Corliss v. Wenner and Anderson
    Case: Corliss vs. Wenner and Anderson
    Plaintiff: Gregory Corliss
    Defendants: Jann Wenner and Larry Anderson
    Appellant: Gregory Corliss
    Appellee: Jann Wenner and Larry Anderson

    History: In the year 1996, Wenner won the court trial. At the appellate level, the owner of the land won the trial since the gold coins were lying on personal property. The defendant also won the decision.

    Facts: With an aim of creating a new driveway on his ranch, Wenner employed Anderson. Anderson owned Asphalt paving, where Corliss was his employee. Between 1857 and 1914, Corliss and Anderson were involved in the act of clearing the driveway and uncovered the glass jar which was wrapped in gold coins rolls. Previously, Corliss and Anderson ...

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