Plaintiffs Real Properties Network and Michael Mitchell move for new trial on three grounds: (1) excessive or inadequate damages; (2) insufficiency of the evidence to justify the verdict; and (3)?errors in law occurring at trial.? (Code Civ. Proc., 657, subds. (5), (6) & (7).)? Alternatively, Plaintiffs move for a new trial limited to the issues of damages.

Inadequate Damages (Code Civ. Proc., ? 657, subd. (5)

A court may grant a new trial based on inadequate damages.? (Code Civ. Proc., ? 657, subd. (5).)? However, ?[a] new trial shall not be granted . . . upon the ground of excessive or inadequate damages, unless after weighing the evidence the court is convinced from the entire record, including reasonable inferences therefrom, that the court or jury clearly should have reached a different verdict or decision.? (Code Civ. Proc., ? 657.)? When the court determines that the damages are inadequate, the court may grant a new trial on the condition that the plaintiff?s motion for new trial will be denied if the defendant consents to a payment of additional damages (or additur) in an amount determined by the court.? (Code Civ. Proc., ? 662.5, subd. (a)(1).)

After weighing the evidence, including reasonable inferences, the court cannot find that the court clearly should have awarded more damages.? (Code Civ. Proc., ? 657, subd. (5).)? Plaintiffs have not shown any basis for new trial.? Based upon this finding, the court denies Plaintiff?s motion for new trial and conditional additur.? (Civ. Code, ?? 657, 662.5, subd. (b).)

Insufficiency of the Evidence (Code Civ. Proc., ? 657, subd. (6)

Here, the court is not convinced that weighing the evidence, the court clearly should have reached a different verdict or decision.? (Code Civ. Proc., ? 657, subd. (6).)

Error in Law (Code Civ. Proc., ? 657, subd. (7)

A court may grant a new trial based on an error in law that occurred at the trial and that was objected to by the party moving for a new trial, and the error was prejudicial.? (Code Civ. Proc., ? 657, subd. (7).)? Plaintiffs have not shown any error in law that occurred at the trial that would require a new trial.

Accordingly, the motion for new trial is denied.

Defendants shall give notice of the ruling.