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Public harm needed to prove unfair trade practices (access required)

  The owners of a now-closed Greenville automobile repair shop didn’t violate the Unfair Trade Practices Act, but the couple still must pay their opponents’ attorney costs and fees and may yet be required to pay punitive damages for other fraud charges they admitted to, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled. Natasha Turner sued Michael ...

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