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(KSL News) Falling in love can be a costly affair, but Utah courts have a warning: You can't get a refund on lost love.
The Utah Court of Appeals rejected a man's request to recover thousands of dollars from his ex-fiance. He sued for breach of contract and wants compensation for gifts he gave her while they were engaged.
The court ruled the engagement is a "test period," not a binding agreement. They also point out the young lover didn't lose everything: His fiance did return the ring.