A court can award attorneys' fees and costs as punitive damages. Previously, a court found that the defendant, a potential buyer of real property, intentionally interfered with the sellers' contract with another potential buyer, Nancy Cahill.
7 LLC v. Lynch; Cahill v. 7 LLC
November 12, 2012
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