REGULATION OF TRADE AND CERTAIN ENTERPRISES
Section 99. Any person who is aggrieved as a result of a violation of sections ninety-six to ninety-eight, inclusive, or the attorney general, may bring an action for recovery of actual damages or one thousand dollars, whichever is greater, and other relief, including injunctive relief, civil penalties and attorney's fees as provided by chapter ninety-three A. Nothing in this section shall be construed to allow treble damages pursuant to chapter ninety-three A. Nothing in sections ninety-six to ninety-eight, inclusive, shall be construed so as to nullify or impair any other right or rights which a person may have against a subscriber or listing service at common law, by statute, or otherwise. The provisions of said sections ninety-six to ninety-eight, inclusive, are not exclusive and do not relieve the subscriber or listing services from compliance with all other applicable provisions of law.