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solatium

in Scots law, the sum of money claimed by way of non-patrimonial damages for pain and suffering in delictual claims. Similar awards are made for breach of contract but on different principles.
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Damages available under the more recent FSIA-created cause of action "include economic damages, solatium, pain and suffering, and punitive damages.
One of the injured in the US firing, Pandu Sanathan, said he would like to see the government pushing for a higher solatium like the one offered by the Italian authorities.
He also directed the Additional Collector for sanctioning the assistance amount under Solatium Scheme for Jayanti Bai's son Golu, who was hit and killed by a vehicle.
The state government has also announced a solatium of Rs500,000 (Dh38,861) to the next of kin of each deceased.
He affirms that marriage is part of God's plan in Eden with Eve created for both companionship and procreation, and that she would have remained primarily a companion, a solatium or comfort in Adam's loneliness had sin not entered the picture.
ut per duas res immobiles, promissionem ac iusiurandum, quandoquidem impossibile est mentiri Deum, solatium habeamus omnium fortissimum, ad quod in omnibus tentationibus confugiamus, speique nostrae ad finem usque retinendae corroborationem quaeramus.
5 billion yen in solatium, equivalent to the amount Aum has not yet paid.
In autumn, the insurance company reported to the FSA that it had discovered 27,000 cases of nonpayment in respect of additional policies on automobile insurance, such as those covering the cost of hiring an alternative vehicle and another that pays a solatium in the event of a policyholder's hospitalization.
Nam ceterce neque temporum sunt, neque cetatum omnium, neque locorum; et hcec studia adolescentiam alunt, senectutem oblectant, secundas res ornant, adversis perfugium ac solatium prcebent; delectant domi, non impediunt foris; pernoctant nobiscum, perigrinantur, rusticantur.
Par la compensation du solatium doloris, soit le chagrin ou la douleur eprouves par la victime par ricochet en raison du deces d'un etre cher, cette decision reconnait l'importance des emotions et des relations interpersonnelles dans la vie des femmes.
Et o si totus michi contingeres, quibus aliis quantisque nominibus et vite solatium et iniqui temporis oblivio quereretur