It was noted above that damages for late payment are not awardable
under English law, whereas such damages appear to be awardable
under the general utmost good faith principle in ICA 1984, s 13, if not at common law as it is construed in Australia.
Most policies provide coverage for punitive damages where such is insurable under the applicable law, but there are rarely coverage disputes in this area because punitive damages are not awardable
Sometimes fees are awardable
under specific statutes.
Possible damages awardable
in an ADA claim include lost wages with the cost of benefits and compensation for mental anguish.
purposes included "all costs properly awardable
under the relevant
The subject is a negative one, so it is not likely to be covered in the "flashy" advertising materials, but contained in the documentation of one financial intermediary, for example, is the statement that "the Bank may take legal action (including collection action) against you and you agree to pay all collection costs whether or not awardable
as court costs (including the cost of Bank staff) and reasonable attorney's fees (including those of salaried Bank employees)." Such a reference is likely to be covered in an oblique way in subsidiary documentation, and potential customers need to be aware of these potential costs.
The political climate is very different from 2001, when the last general election was held but, with the voting public fully aware of every black mark awardable
to Tony Blair's government - every disappointment, deception and bad decision - a recent MORI poll still found that, if a general election were held now, Labour would win comfortably.
Proposals with an unacceptable rating are not awardable
What was common to most of these high performers was its ability to execute strategic positioning so they competed in a comparatively narrow niche segment, effectively reducing the number of "awardable
there would be one underlying concept--a civil wrong; one monetary remedy--call it 'damages'; three measures of damages (compensatory, limited by unifying rules of remoteness, causation, contributory negligence and the duty to mitigate; punitive; and restitutionary); awardable
with interest including, where full relief demands it, compound, rather than merely simple, interest; available for anticipated as well as accrued wrongs; and subject to a unified range of defences.
1972 (2003) (rejecting Eleventh Amendment challenge to provision of FMLA creating private right, in part, given that Congress placed limits on its scope, including various restrictions on damages awardable
In 1998, the Alberta government attempted to pass Bill 25, the Institutional Confinement and Sexual Sterilization Compensation Act, designed to cap the compensation awardable
to complainants who were suing the Alberta government for wrongful confinement and sterilization.