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(Chron)   Tricksy little hobbitses won't give Mario Williams his precious back   (blog.chron.com ) divider line
    More: Strange, Mario Williams, Erin Marzouki, Texans, lineman  
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1230 clicks; posted to Sports » on 20 Jul 2013 at 10:28 AM (2 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-07-20 11:01:12 AM  
if you don't agree to the marriage, you don't have a right to keep the engagement ring.  unless it's worth 3/4 of a million dollars, then you can kinda throw principles out the windon
 
2013-07-20 11:05:22 AM  
*window*
 
2013-07-20 11:20:45 AM  
Why do they want his phone?  You can wipe your phone.  It's useless.  Subpoena the carrier, not the handset.  Morons.
 
2013-07-20 12:16:54 PM  
Well, if she's worth 3/4 of a mil, then let it go, man.  It's gone.

[GIS "Erin Marzouki"]

Yeah, he should get it back.  I mean, she's kinds cute.  Just not "$785,000 cute".

Although seriously, I thought once you give someone something, it's theirs.
 
2013-07-20 02:15:12 PM  
First off, no piece of jewelry is 'worth' a three-quarter million dollars. Period. Its bullshiat.

Second, no wedding means no keepie ringey. Deal with it.

Third, what the hell are you thinking, fool? Giving a 3/4 million dollar ANYthing to a woman that ain't a wife? Idiot.
 
2013-07-20 02:25:08 PM  
Cubic Zirconia; she wouldn't know the difference
 
2013-07-20 06:51:45 PM  

yeegrek: Well, if she's worth 3/4 of a mil, then let it go, man.  It's gone.

[GIS "Erin Marzouki"]

Yeah, he should get it back.  I mean, she's kinds cute.  Just not "$785,000 cute".

Although seriously, I thought once you give someone something, it's theirs.


too lazy to post a pic?
 
2013-07-20 09:36:59 PM  
Texas laws are different on this than most states.  Since the ring is a conditional gift based on the condition of marriage, most states require that it be returned if asked if the marriage is called off.   In Texas, is based on who is considered at fault.  Even more screwy is that the person who is called off the engagement is the one considered at fault.  So if he called it off then he is screwed, if she called it off then by Texas law he should get the ring back.

/studied the Texas supreme court case on this in a business law class.
//instructor was the plaintiff in the case.
///slashies!
 
2013-07-21 04:44:30 AM  
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I'd have spent the $$$ on 78,500 romanian prostitutes.
 
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