A plaintiff who prevails on a cause of action against a defendant named pursuant to
Part 433 of Title 16 of the Code of Federal Regulations or any successor thereto, or pursuant to the contractual language required by that
part or any successor thereto, may claim attorney's fees, costs, and expenses from
that defendant to the fullest extent permissible if the plaintiff had prevailed on
that cause of action against the seller.
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