Bad news for jilted would-be brides — not only do they lose the fiance who broke their heart when an engagement is broken, but they are now required by caselaw to give the ring back.

That’s the conclusion a divided state Supreme Court came to last week. The majority adopted a “no-fault” approach to engagement ring cases, meaning that no matter who called off the wedding, the donor can order his ring’s return.

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