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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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China is developing a new generation of recoverable satellite that could be widely applied in scientific research and loading service into space.
This, the senator said, would compel ERC to safeguard consumer interests on a more regular basis, noting that it had been eight years since the body last lowered recoverable system-loss rates.
Shale gas and oil centre has been established to facilitate interested Exploration and Production (EandP) companies in tapping the recently identified 188 TCF gas and 58 BSTB oil technically recoverable resources in lower and middle Indus Basin.
Asked why the MoO decided to alter the loans to signature bonuses for the fields in the first bidding round except for Rumaila, Ameedi said: "When we set the recoverable loans earlier (2009), oil prices were very low hovering around $38/barrel and Iraq was in dire need of cash.
The latest USGS assessment for the technically recoverable oil at Spraberry shows a dramatic jump in estimates.
When a damaged property is repaired to the adjuster's scope of work, the lender can claim the recoverable depreciation under the applicable insurance policy.
Yesterday a proceeds of crime hearing at Manchester crown court was told that only PS8,786 has so far been identified as "recoverable".
Mexican shale gas reserves are estimated at 545 Tcf, which is 10th worldwide in terms of technically recoverable reserves.
He said there is 188 TCF gas and 58 BSTB oil technically recoverable resource while the risked technically recoverable resources stood at 95 TCF gas and 14 BSTB oil as per the study.
President PBIF Mian Zahid Hussain said that the province have known nine trillion cubic feet of recoverable gas reserves and 500 million barrels of oil, while investing in KP oil and gas sector can help in reducing unemployment and militancy, said a press release issued on Wednesday.
Pakistan has confirmed recoverable reserves of around 200 trillion cubic feet (TCF) of natural gas and around 58 billion barrels of oil in its shale structure which is many times larger than existing conventional gas reserves of around 20 TCF and 385 million barrels of oil.
We need to invest in exploring shale gas as our shale gas recoverable resources are around 200 Trillion Cubic Feet (TCF) and shale oil 2,323 billion stock tank barrels (BSTB), as per estimated by the experts.