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Lindholm v. Brant
Lindholm v. Brant, No. 05-cv-17729 (Conn. Super. Ct. 2005), aff’d., 283 Conn. 65 (Conn. Sup. Ct. 2007).
After learning that a painting she had entrusted to a reputable art dealer for purposes of lending it to a museum exhibition had been sold by the dealer without her permission, the plaintiff, Kerstin Lindholm, brought this action against the buyer, Peter Brant, for
, conspiracy to commit
, statutory theft and violation of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act. Brant argued that he was a “buyer in the ordinary course” and entitled to keep the painting. . . .
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