Weber, a customer at a restaurant owned by Hegler, found a wallet on the floor under the table. It contained money but no identification. In an attempt to return it to its rightful owner, she gave it to Hegler with the understanding that if the owner did not return, or could not be located, Weber would claim it. When the owner did not return after a period of a month, Weber claimed the wallet. Hegler refused to give it to Weber, claiming it as his own. a. Does Weber have a lawful claim to the wallet? b. Does Hegler have a lawful claim to the wallet? c. Would a court regard the wallet as misplaced?