1. In 2002, Hammer and Wallace entered into a partnership for the purpose of raising hogs….

1. In 2002, Hammer and Wallace entered into a partnership for
the purpose of raising hogs. The two men agree to share equally all
costs, labor, losses, and profits. The business was started on land
owned initially by Hammer parents but later acquired by Hammer and
his wife. No rent was ever requested or paid for use of the land.
Partnership funds were used to bulldoze and clear the land, to
repair and build fences, and to seed and fertilize the land. In
2006, at a cost of $3,500, a machine shed was built on the land. In
2008, a Cargill unit was built on the land at a cost of $8,000.
When the partnership dissolved in 2012, Wallace paid Hammer $7,500
for the ┬ôremovable┬ćassets; however, the two had no agreement
regarding the distribution of the barn and the Cargill unit. Is
Wallace entitled to one-half of the value of the two buildings?
Explain.