Wang and Liu, in their 50s in Mianyang, Sichuan Province, established a love relationship and lived together under the guidance of others, but they broke up only four months later, according to relevant media reports.
During the communication, Wang made seven payments to Liu through wechat transfer and red envelope, totaling more than 3200 yuan, and bought 8000 yuan worth of jewelry for Liu.
However, the relationship didn't last long, and the two separated in March 2020 because of a disagreement.
After breaking up,Wang believed that Liu cheated money in the name of playing friends, so he sued the court for the return of wechat red envelope and 8000 yuan of jewelry.
At present, Youxian District Court of Mianyang City has made a judgment on this case.
Youxian court held that Wang and Liu lived together and lived together during their love, and there were certain capital exchanges between them. The total amount of wechat transfer and red envelope claimed by Wang to Liu is more than 3000 yuan, of which the largest amount is 1000 yuan and the smallest is 52 yuan, which should be within the reasonable range of meeting the daily living expenses.
Therefore, the more than 3000 yuan paid by Wang to Liu is a general gift relationship between lovers, and Wang has no right to ask the donee to return the property.
As for the purchase of gold and silver jewelry consumption of 8000 yuan, due to the large amount, should be regarded as having premarital betrothal gifts attribute, and both parties did not register marriage, so Liu should bear the obligation to return the amount.
Based on the court trial, it can be confirmed that Liu has paid 10000 yuan in cash to Wang, so he does not support Wang's claim to return 8000 yuan.
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