Enbridge Energy, L.P. v. Engelking, 830 N.W.2d 723 (Wisc. Ct. App. 2013)

(court overturned district court order finding for energy company and dismissal of landowner's claims against energy company for placement of additional pipelines across his parcel without his approval; court held easement over defendant's land did not cover entire parcel and remanded for finding of scope of easement; court did uphold finding that defendant not entitled to arbitrarily reject payment for pipe to be placed on easement and remanded for factual determination of "like consideration"; court reinstated defendant's trespass claims against company because pipe underground is a continuing trespass; court also reinstate claim of ejectment because terms deny defendant right to use and possess portion of land upon which energy company is trespassing because defendant cannot construct anything over pipelines that are trespassing).

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