Attorney’s fees — Justiciable issues — Claim or defense unsupported by material facts or application of law to those facts — Trial court erred in awarding attorney’s fees without making requisite findings, based on substantial competent evidence in the record or before it, that action was frivolous or so devoid of merit on facts and law as to be completely untenable and failed to properly apportion fees and costs among losing parties and their attorneys
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1808a
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