2021 Tennessee Code
Title 47 - Commercial Instruments and Transactions
Chapter 25 - Trade Practices
Part 3 - Unfair Cigarette Sales
§ 47-25-306. Injunction — Damages

Universal Citation: TN Code § 47-25-306 (2021)

    1. Any person injured by any violation of this part, or any trade association which is representative of such a person, may maintain an action in any court of equitable jurisdiction to prevent, restrain, or enjoin such violation.

    2. If, in such action, a violation of this part shall be established, the court shall enjoin and restrain or otherwise prohibit such violation and, in addition thereto, shall assess in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendant the costs of the suit.

    3. In such action, it shall not be necessary that actual damages to the plaintiff be alleged or proved, but where alleged and proved, the plaintiff in the action, in addition to such injunctive relief and costs of suit, shall be entitled to recover from the defendant the amount of actual damages sustained by the plaintiff.

  1. In the event no injunctive relief is sought or required, any person injured by a violation of this part may maintain an action for damages alone in any court of general jurisdiction, and the measure of damages in such action shall be the same as prescribed in subsection (a).
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