exemplary damages


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exemplary damages

The same thing as punitive damages. See damages.
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Tenants have the right to seek exemplary damages if they believe a landlord is being unduly obstructive.
14) However, the question of exemplary damages was dealt with by Mackay J.
The court also ordered each of the Apoles to pay Hashiba 75,000 pesos in moral and exemplary damages for the abduction and 153,000 pesos for robbery.
Analysis of the objectives of compensatory and exemplary damages suggests that 'satisfaction' should be recognised as an independent objective of the law of remedies.
The company is seeking $1bn for IBM's alleged breach of agreement, $1bn for alleged breach of a Unix contract signed by Sequent, and $1bn for alleged unfair competition, as well as unspecified damages for misappropriation of trade secrets, punitive and exemplary damages and costs.
In its amended filing, SCO is now seeking $1bn for IBM's alleged breach of a software agreement, $1bn for alleged breach of a Unix contract signed by Sequent, and $1bn for alleged unfair competition, as well as unspecified damages for misappropriation of trade secrets, punitive and exemplary damages and costs.
Entity D&O covers newly created or acquired subsidiaries, punitive or exemplary damages where covered by law, and includes no hammer clause and severability of all exclusions.
It also caps the damages for cases tried in federal court at $5 million and bans punitive and exemplary damages at the federal level.
Hadid, who had won Australia's satellite licenses and sold them to Lenfest which then sold them to Australis in 1993, filed suit against Lenfest, Bain Capital Markets and Australis, seeking compensatory and exemplary damages, citing alleged break of fiduciary duty, deceit and conspiracy.
She is seeking exemplary damages over their alleged sex discrimination.
5 The purpose of these punitive or exemplary damages was not to make the victim whole, for they greatly exceeded any injury that the plaintiff might have suffered.