The Vermont Statutes Online
§ 4107. Dealer's action for damages; attorney's fees
(a) A dealer may bring an action for damages sustained as a result of:
(1) failure to make such disclosures as are required in section 4103 of this title;
(2) wrongful termination of or refusal to renew his or her agreement as set forth in section 4104 of this title;
(3) failure to make an offer in good faith to repurchase as required in section 4105 of this title; or
(4) any violation of section 4106 of this title.
(b) The remedy provided for in this section is in addition to all other remedies available under contract or as provided by law or equity, including injunctive relief where appropriate. If the court finds that the violation of this chapter has been willful, the court may allow reasonable attorney's fees to the prevailing party. The parties shall be entitled to a prompt trial. (Added 1975, No. 83, § 1.)