37-30A-14 Civil action permitted for willful violation.
Civil action permitted for willful violation.
Any consumer who claims to have
been adversely affected by any act or practice declared to be unlawful by this chapter may bring a
civil action for the recovery of twice the actual damages suffered or five hundred dollars, whichever
is greater, as a result of a willful act or practice. In addition, the consumer may collect the court costs
and attorney fees expended by the consumer to bring an action under this section.
Source: SL 1997, ch 222, § 14.