Current as of: 2009
(a) Damages to a consumer resulting from the practices prohibited by this chapter are up to five hundred dollars ($500) per violation, or actual damages, whichever is greater.
(b) A person engaged in the business of providing internet access service to the public, an owner of a web page, or trademark owner who is adversely affected by reason of a violation of this chapter, may bring an action against a person who violates this chapter to:
(1) Enjoin further violations of this chapter; and
(2) Recover the greater of actual damages or five thousand dollars ($5,000) per violation of this chapter.
(c) The court may increase the damages up to three (3) times the damages allowed by this section if the defendant has engaged in a pattern and practice of violating this chapter. The court may award costs and reasonable attorneys' fees to a prevailing party.
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Current as of: 2010
This part is remedial in nature and shall be liberally construed to effect its purposes of promoting the movement and transfer of people, goods and merchandise to, from and through the boundaries of the authority; encouraging utilization of the natural resources therein; and promoting the growth and development of commerce and industry in the counties and cities. Such liberal construction shall not work to override the application of the general statutes, regulations or procedures to the administrative or financial management practices of the authority in the same manner as they apply to county governments.
[Acts 1983, ch. 302, § 15.]
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