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Gage v Ford Motor Company

Gage v Ford Motor Company, 423 Mich. 250, 377 N.W.2d 709 (1985), established the proper method for computing interest under the 1980 amendment to the judgment interest statute which allowed for compounding of interest, and that there could be no compounding of any interest accrued before the effective date of the statute.