Owner Can't Collect Damages Beyond Property's Fair Market Value

January 1, 2008
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Facts: An owner sued two tenants for defaulting on their commercial leases. The owner attempted to collect damages that would have been more than the fair market value of the properties. A Georgia trial court ruled in favor of the tenants, and the owner appealed.

Decision: A Georgia appeals court upheld the trial court's ruling.

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