Currier v. Huron (Mortgage Dispute)

Currier v. Huron (Mortgage Dispute)

Maine Supreme Court overruled lower court Judge and held the Plaintiff Currier was entitled to statutory damages of $5,000 plus attorney’s fees because the Defendant Huron failed to discharge a mortgage when it was paid in full by her former boyfriend Currier.

Currier v. Huron, 940 A.2d 1085 (Me. 2008) (January 29, 2008)

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