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Contracts: Condominium Purchase-Escrow Agreement-MMPA

Where appellant sought the return of escrow money after failing to close on a condominium purchase, bringing claims under the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act and for fraudulent transfer, the judgment for the defendants is affirmed because the trial court did not err in failing to address the issue of conversion because it was not previously presented, and the appellant’s argument that sufficient evidence supported a breach-of-contract claim is also denied because no breach-of-contract claim was brought.

Judgment is affirmed.

Whitmore v. BLH Development Company LLC (MLW No.74757/Case No. SD36164 – 6 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, Rahmeyer, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Taney County, Johnson, Sp. J. (Steven Edward Marsh, Springfield, for appellant) (Rodney Harrison Nichols and Derek Adam Ankrom, Springfield, for respondent).