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consequential

(Deducible), adjective derivative, following, inferential, resultant, sequential
Associated concepts: consequential contempt, consequennial damages

consequential

(Substantial), adjective authoritative, considerable, eminent, great, important, influential, powerful, self-important, significant, weighty
See also: considerable, contingent, crucial, decisive, derivative, grave, important, influential, major, material, momentous, outstanding, powerful, prominent, remarkable, renowned, serious, strategic, substantial
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The Act does not prohibit claims for consequential losses so it would appear that you can now apply for compensation from a rail company if your train is late.
On the other hand, The substance of the Consequential Loss or Business Interruption Insurance Policy is entirely different in definition and nature, as well as application from the afore-mentioned Occurrence, as has been attributed to the Loss.
In the case of Wales, our transport infrastructure could be revolutionised by the billions of pounds of consequential funding we would rightfully receive from the project.
The UPSC has also given relaxation in the consequential age from this year onwards.
Generally, direct damages are those damages that flow directly and immediately from a breach, while consequential damages are further removed.
Consequential loss claims, which involve the party providing evidence that it incurred losses as a result of the IRSA, are filed separately to the review scheme.
The Barnett consequential could help towards the electrification of the line, which is a strategic route that links London and Dublin via North Wales.
The court of appeal determined that the proper method of measuring damages for wrongful Filing of a lis pendens is the difference between fair market value at the time of filing and at the time of termination, plus consequential damages including attorney's fees.
The Court of Appeals allowed the cause of action for consequential damages to go forward to trial despite express provisions in both policies which prohibited consequential damages.
In this case Wales's consequential increase should be pounds 100m.
Specifically, it analyzes whether insureds may recover consequential damages resulting from a partial failure of title under a title insurance policy or whether, pursuant to the 1992 policy, they are limited to receiving the property's diminution in value.
It is also vital to ensure that owners do not waive their recovery of consequential damages if there are contractor delays.