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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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In any such action, damages may include economic damages, solatium, pain and suffering, and punitive damages.").
272, 278-79 (1877) ("[T]he purpose and result of the [wrongful death statute] were not a mere solatium to the wounded feelings of surviving relations, nor compensation for the last earnings of the slain.
Galium aparine ubiquitous Solanaceae Solanum ptycanthum * ubiquitous Solatium nigrum w, se, ne U.S.
In August 2016, the traditional owners of Timber Creek in the Northern Territory, the Ngaliwurru and Nungali peoples, were awarded more than $3.3 million for the loss of their native title rights; $1.3 million of this award was a solatium payment, that is, compensation for hurt arising from damage caused by the loss of connection to the land.
The majority of the discussion concentrates on De naturis rerum, Laus sapientie divinie, and the Suppletio defectuum, but sections on his Solatium fdelis anime, Commentary on Martianus Cappella, and Sermon 37 of his unedited sermon collection are included.
The court awarded compensatory damages consisting in relation to "pain and suffering, loss of prospective income, medical expenses, and solatium damages." Id.
He also announced a solatium of Rs200,000 each to the families of the deceased and Rs 50,000 to those injured.
relatives of a defamed deceased with the deceased's solatium.'
Solatium ptycanthum Dunal--RC, RS; Infrequent but locally abundant; C = 0; BSUH 19480, 19642.
In the northeast of Brazil, 80 species of Solatium genus are widely distributed throughout the region and are used in folk medicine (Agra 1999).