Full compensation

Full compensation

Payment for delivery of goods to one party by buying back more than 100 % of the value that was originally sold.
References in classic literature ?
For absolute truthfulness of detail the 'History' cannot always be depended on, but to the general reader its great literary merits are likely to seem full compensation for its inaccuracies.
In a condolence statement, they demanded of the provincial government for provision of full compensation to affected families and leaving no stone unturned in the provision of better treatment to the injured.
He stressed the full compensation is an exception, since Macedonia was hit by the heaviest floods for the past 35-40 years.
These are just a few questions that you need to ask so that you can move forward and take the next step to get full compensation.
The 46-year-old is getting full compensation for the trip, which cost about PS550 including parking and hotel, but wanted to warn others that airlines are over booking flights which can leave some passengers stranded.
All Contract Prices included in the Bidding Schedule will be full compensation for all
Summary: Several dozen Civil Defense personnel in rebel-held Aleppo held a sit-in Monday to publicize their demand for full compensation to be paid to the families of colleagues killed in the line of duty.
Olivier is seeking a full compensation of the amount from his service provider, MPlus+, which recently fixed the new water tank in his villa.
Full compensation for their injuries has yet to be agreed, say solicitors acting for the victims.
The charity's Ruth Tanner said: "Primark and the other companies involved must pay full compensation.
It means only 1,914 properties are guaranteed to be eligible for the full compensation, even though 172,000 homes are within a kilometre of the line proposed line or within 250 metres of a tunnel.
Governor Razakov welcomed these proposals and said such events will be possible only upon full compensation of caused damages.