No. 38239.

69 Wn.2d 289 (1966)

418 P.2d 233

EDWARD CECIL, Respondent, v. CHARLES E. DOMINY et al., Appellants.

The Supreme Court of Washington, Department One.

September 15, 1966.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Casey & Pruzan, by John F. Kovarik, for appellants.

Torbenson, Thatcher, Stevenson & Burns, by Joseph R. Burns, for respondent.


Where the sole issue in a trial is whether a temporary injunction shall be made permanent, is a reasonable attorney's fee a recoverable element of damages for procuring dissolution of the injunction in a trial on the merits? The trial court answered "yes"; we agree.

Charles E. Dominy and Edward Cecil had been partners in the North County Merchant Patrol business. September 1, 1960, through a written agreement...

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