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recoverable

adj. referring to the amount of money to which a plaintiff (the party suing) is entitled in lawsuit. Thus, a judge might rule "$12,500 is recoverable for lost wages, and $5,500 is recoverable for property damage to plaintiff's vehicle." (See: damages, judgment)

See: corrigible
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