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TITLE 28
COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
CHAPTER 23
REPURCHASE OF FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT UPON TERMINATION OF CONTRACT
28-23-105.  Failure to pay sums specified on cancellation of contracts — Liability. In the event that any manufacturer, wholesaler or distributor of farm implements, equipment, machinery, attachments, accessories or repair parts, upon the cancellation of a contract by either a retailer or such manufacturer, wholesaler or distributor, fails or refuses to make payment to the dealer or his heir or heirs as required by the provisions of this chapter, or any other violations of the provisions of this chapter, the manufacturer, wholesaler or distributor shall be liable in a civil action to be brought by the retailer or his heir or heirs for (a) one hundred percent (100%) of the net cost of the farm implements, equipment, machinery, attachments and accessories, (b) transportation charges required in section 28-23-102, Idaho Code, which have been paid by the retailer, or invoiced to the retailer’s account, (c) one hundred percent (100%) of the current net price of repair parts, (d) five percent (5%) for handling, packing and loading, if applicable, (e) one hundred percent (100%) of the current net price for manuals and repair manuals, (f) reasonable reimbursement for services performed in connection with assembly and predelivery inspections of the equipment and (g) additionally, any judgment rendered by a court of competent jurisdiction for the plaintiff in a suit filed pursuant to this section may include damages in the amount of two (2) times the compensatory damages found due and owning [owing]. A person, firm or corporation which brings an action under this section must commence the action in the county in which the principal place of business of the retailer is located.

History:
[28-23-105, added 1975, ch. 97, sec. 5, p. 197; am. 2005, ch. 238, sec. 3, p. 733; am. 2011, ch. 270, sec. 6, p. 733.]


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