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UNPUBLISHED CIVIL OPINIONS FROM THE MINNESOTA COURT OF APPEALS

In re the Marriage of:

Linda Ann Gallus,
f/k/a Linda Ann Dzieweczynski, petitioner,
Respondent,

vs.

Gregory John Dzieweczynski,
Appellant.

KALITOWSKI, Judge
Appellant challenges the marital property division in this
appeal from a marital dissolution judgment and decree. We affirm.

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A05-2538


Engelsma Limited Partnership,
Appellant,

vs.

Jeffrey Wayne Danielson,
d/b/a Northern Life Chiropractic,
Respondent.

CRIPPEN, Judge
Appellant landlord Engelsma Limited Partnership contends
that the district court excused appellant's tenant from a lease
agreement, premised on a constructive-eviction determination, without
making necessary findings to identify conditions of interference with
the tenant's enjoyment of the property and to tie these conditions to
the landlord's conduct. Because there is merit in this contention, and
the record contains too little evidence to permit omitted district court
findings, we reverse and remand for a determination of appellant's
damages.

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A05-2532


Thomsen & Nybeck,
P.A., et al,
Respondents,

vs.

Mosen Agamawi,
Appellant.

CRIPPEN, Judge
Appellant challenges the district court's judgment
confirming an arbitration award and denying appellant's motion to vacate
the award.[1] This appeal is premised on appellant's claim that the
arbitrators presiding over a dispute regarding attorney fees showed
"evident partiality." Because the record does not sustain appellant's
contention, we affirm.

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