Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code - CIV PRAC & REM § 134.005. Recovery

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(a) In a suit under this chapter, a person who has sustained damages resulting from theft may recover:

(1) under Section 134.003(a) , from a person who commits theft, the amount of actual damages found by the trier of fact and, in addition to actual damages, damages awarded by the trier of fact in a sum not to exceed $1,000; or

(2) from a parent or other person who has the duty of control and reasonable discipline of a child, for an action brought under Section 134.003(b) , the amount of actual damages found by the trier of fact, not to exceed $5,000.

(b) Each person who prevails in a suit under this chapter shall be awarded court costs and reasonable and necessary attorney's fees.

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