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    Liquidated Damages Essay

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    COMPENSATION FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT WHERE PENALTY IS STIPULATED FOR Liquidated damages where the sentence is specified Section 74 of the Act deals with the parties have agreed in the contract, the penalty for breach of contract itself provides that liquidated damages. The main principle behind this festival is to promote certainty in commercial contracts. Article 74 stipulates that compensation, the amount does not exceed the terms of the contract, it must take into account the victim default. It further provides that such damage must take into account, whether they prove any actual loss or damage to the injured party. Genuine pre-estimate of damages and punitive interpretation of Article 74 differentiate between. The penalty will be a sum of money, which is specified in order to discourage people from breach of contract. When one of the contractual obligations of…

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    Sena Hills Case

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    Senna hills, Ltd., granted Southern Union Co. the right to distribute propane in a residential subdivision. This was developed by Senna in exchange for a fee. Upon agreement Senna’s “right to receive a Fee shall continue for so long as the Propane System is owned by Southern Union.” In this agreement it also allowed Southern Union to assign the distribution right. At a later date Sonterra Energy Corp. bought the distribution system and was assigned the distribution right. When this happened…

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    Oxford dictionary defines damages as ³financial compensation for loss or injury´.In law, damages are money claimed by, or ordered to be paid to, a person as compensationfor loss or injury Black 's Law Dictionary.In context of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 damages are referred in context to breach of contract i.e. a party 's failure to perform some contracted-for or agreed-upon act, or his failure tocomply with a duty imposed by law which is owed to another or to society.Breach of contract is a…

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    Essay B Reliance damages represent the monetary value of the expenses and opportunities the plaintiff wasted under a contract. Reliance damages look backwards in an attempt to undo the effects of a contract. Additionally, there are numerous other types of damages such as expectation, account of profits, nominal, liquidated, and punitive damages. In contrast with reliance damages, expectation damages look forward in an attempt to fulfill a contract; “give me what I expected to receive. Put me in…

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    one option is to qualify for recovery as damage “flow naturally from the breach.” Mammoth required the money to pay their subcontractors on time or else damages will continue to grow. An alternative way for Mammoth to recover damages would to mitigate, however it will be difficult as the building is specifically designed for the City of Brock. Mammoth Construction Inc. is a construction company so they are limited to choices on how to minimize their losses. One way is to receive liquidated…

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    definite statement of their damages in response to a Pittston motion to require their complaint to more particularly state the damages suffered by each of the plaintiff’s (Stern 94). In response to this, they sent Pittston each person’s statement of how what they remebered from the accident. This was in an attempt to, “turn this more definite statement into a compelling story of mental and emotional suffering, to begin providing details of psychic impairment and survival syndrome,” (Stern 94).…

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    Chicago Flood Essay

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    Freeman Wachholder Mrs. Scarbrough/Mr. Hunter Social Studies/Language Arts 16 December 2016 The Chicago Flood of 1992 April thirteenth, 1992. Busy, just like any other day in the Loop. But a series of highly unlikely mishaps would cause billions in damage that day. The events can be traced all the way back to 1899, when the Illinois Telephone and Telegraph company had permission to build tunnels for cables from city hall, but instead built seven-foot-wide railroad tunnels. These tunnels were…

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    Callan And Eregligence Case

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    formed between Callan and Esme. Callan is not impressed by what he views as Esme’s lack of enthusiasm and choses to hire James instead. In so doing Callan is purporting to revoke his original offer to Esme and make a fresh offer in favour of James. Callan may revoke his offer any time up until it has been unequivocally accepted by Esme provided this revocation is communicated to Esme, whether directly or indirectly. An offer which has been accepted may no longer be terminated. It would…

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    Statement of the Case The Superior Court erred in granting JNOV to Trimble because RDS presented evidence from which a jury could find that RDS sustained damage as a result of Trimble’s tortious conduct and breach of contract. The Superior Court erred in granting JNOV to Trimble because a reasonable jury could have found that Trimble was liable for Intentional or Negligent Misrepresentation, Breach of Contract, or Breach of Fiduciary Duty. The Superior Court erred in granting JNOV to Trimble…

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    Green Bad Faith The first grounds that Green challenges the punitive damages award on is whether bad faith is an appropriate basis for punitive damages. Courts have generally held that punitive damages are not allowed in breach of contract cases. Courts, though, have allowed punitive damages if there are independent injuries involved based upon in an independent tort. This standard appears to be met in Aldridge’s case. Aldridge may not rely upon breach of duty to justify for punitive…

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