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Tort : Post-Judgment Interest – Nunc Pro Tunc Judgment

Where defendants in a statutory nuisance case challenged a nunc pro tunc judgment that awarded the plaintiffs statutory post-judgment interest on the damages awarded on the tort claims, the record did not show that the trial court intended to award post-judgment interest in its original judgment, so that part of the judgment is reversed.

Judgment is affirmed in part; reversed and remanded in part.

McGuire v. Kenoma (MLW No. 67131/Case No. SC93836 – 13 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Breckenridge, J.; all concur) Appealed from circuit court, Henry County, Journey, J. (Jean Paul Bradshaw II, Chad E. Blomberg and Mara H. Cohara, Kansas City, Missouri, for appellants) (Anthony L. DeWitt, Edward D. Robertson Jr. and Mary D. Winter, Jefferson City,  and Charles F. Speer and Peter B. Bieri, Kansas City, Missouri, for respondents).

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