Robert Lehman and Aki Eveline Lehman were married in 1964. They separated in 1971. They became divorced in 1976. At
Robert Lehman and Aki Eveline Lehman were married in 1964. They separated in 1971. They became divorced in 1976. At the time of the separation, Aki retained possession of forty three art objects that were in the house. Robert and Aki each claimed ownership rights to these objects. Robert claimed that forty-two of the items were either purchased by him or given to him by his father. One item was given to him by Aki. Aki claimed ownership of the items as a result of her purchases made with joint funds, as well as a result of gifts from Robert and Robert’s father. Aki took all forty-three items to Paris when she and their children moved there in 1972. Robert demanded that Aki return his property. When she refused, he filed suit against Aki for replevin, conversion, and breach of bailment. At the time the lawsuit was filed, only thirteen items were still in Aki’s possession. Aki testified at trial that she didn’t know what had happened to the thirty missing items. The court determined that Robert was the exclusive owner of forty of the forty-three items, and Robert and Aki jointly owned the remaining three items. What reliefs will the court order? Why?
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