55-79.53 of the Viriginia Condominium Act, Virginia Code entitled, “Compliance with condominium instruments” provides in relevant part under subsection “A” that: “The declarant, every unit owner, and all those entitled to occupy a unit shall comply with all lawful provisions of this chapter and all provisions of the condominium instruments. Any lack of such compliance shall be grounds for an action or suit to recover sums due, for damages or injunctive relief, or for any other remedy available at law or in equity, maintainable by the unit owners' association, or by its executive organ or any managing agent on behalf of such association, or, in any proper case, by one or more aggrieved unit owners on their own behalf or as a class action…….the prevailing party shall be entitled to recover reasonable attorney fees, costs expended in the matter, and interest on the judgment….”
Who and how are reasonable attorney fees determined?
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