aggravated damages

aggravated damages

in England, in certain cases, the court can consider the defendant's conduct in fixing the damages to take into account the injury to the plaintiff's dignity and pride.
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38 million) in general and aggravated damages and $3.
1 million) in special damages and Aus$650,000 in general and aggravated damages.
Mwangi later sought for general and aggravated damages against Ukwala and the Attorney General for wrongful arrest, detention and, malicious prosecution.
When Jethmalani said it had, the Finance Minister said he could seek aggravated damages.
Miss Page said in her submission the political heavyweight is seeking aggravated damages on the basis Mr Bower and Faber & Faber "did not seek to verify the wholly false allegation complained of with Mr Brown before publication or even contact him for comment, with the consequence that the first time he knew of the false claim in the book was when he read it at home in the copy which he had bought.
His barrister Justin Rushbrooke QC said yesterday: "SYP has recognised that its conduct was unlawful and has agreed to pay the claimant a substantial sum by way of general and aggravated damages to compensate.
The lawyers claimed that this single review had caused "financial harm worth tens of thousands of pounds" adding: "Our client will pursue you for aggravated damages to compensate it for the full extent of its financial losses".
His claim for damages and aggravated damages also includes PS1,705 for the cost of therapy.
93 million) and aggravated damages of 42 million ringgit - equal to the amounts that were deposited into Najib's account.
However it was clearly established that aggravated damages could have been awarded in an appropriate case in respect of trespass to a person's goods.
Cristal is now seeking his original [pounds sterling]3,500 payment for the talk as well as additional sums for injury to feelings and aggravated damages.
The claimants are seeking general and aggravated damages for libel and an injunction to restrain the defendants from further publishing any of the words complained of.