In Vann v. Vehrs, the Illinois Appellate Court stated that a previous ruling in the 1986 case Harris v. Dams meant that if an engagement was broken unilaterally by one party for any reason, that party forfeits all rights to the engagement ringAsk a similar question
The ring usually goes back to the giver (generally the man,) , but in this instance, if the purchaser was the woman, she should get the ring back. Your question is a little confusing but whoever paid for the ring should have the ring. If neither wants it, it should be sold and the proceeds go to whoever purchased it.Ask a similar question
Whoever actually paid for the ring should get it back.
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