302 S.C. 320 (1989)

396 S.E.2d 105

Sally G. YOUNG, Respondent v. CENTURY LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC., Appellant.

Court of Appeals of South Carolina.

Decided December 4, 1989.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

C. Diane Smock, of Yarborough, Moore & Smock, Greenville, for appellant.

O.G. Calhoun, of Haynsworth, Marion, McKay and Guerard, Greenville, for respondent.

Heard Sept. 13, 1989.

Decided Dec. 4, 1989.

Order on Rehearing Aug. 21, 1990.


Sally G. Young (Young) sued Century Lincoln-Mercury, Inc. (Century) alleging three causes of action, to wit: (1) violation of Unfair Trade Practices Act (UTPA), (2) fraud and deceit and (3) conversion of a check. Century interposed in its answer a general denial and a counterclaim for repairs done on Young's car. At the close of the testimony, the...

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