Trinity Church in City of Boston v. John Hancock Mut. Life Ins. Co. (No. II)
544 N.E.2d 584 (Cite as: 405 Mass. 682, 544 N.E.2d 584)
Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, Suffolk.
TRINITY CHURCH IN THE CITY OF BOSTON
JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Argued Sept. 13, 1989.
Decided Oct. 4, 1989.
Skyscraper owner moved for clarification of judgment in favor of adjacent landowner in action for property damage caused by construction of skyscraper. The Supreme Judicial Court, Suffolk County, James J. Nixon, J., denied motion. Request for direct appellate review was granted. The Supreme Judicial Court, Nolan, J., held that: (1) rate of postjudgment interest could be increased to 12% established by statutory amendment which became effective after judgment, and (2) trial court could order postjudgment interest after rescript.
**584 *682 Leonard F. Zandrow, Jr. (Robert M. Hacking & Richard L. Neumeier, Boston, with him), for defendant.
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