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A federal judge in Norfolk, Virginia issued a decision last Friday in favor of a multi-unit tax franchisee in New York for $2.7 million finding Liberty Tax breached its franchise agreement. The judge determined that Liberty Tax's breach of contract happened "the moment it accepted an application from someone else to buy the franchisee's eight stores."

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