|Definition of Damages-FICTION ~26~JUNE~2005
FOR THESE TERM-FACTS OF THESE DAMAGE-CLAIMS.
~1:Damages: the sum of money which a person wronged is entitled to receive from the wrongdoer as compensation for the wrong.
~1: DAMAGES: FOR THE SUM OF THE MONEY WITH THE PERSON OF THE WRONG IS WITH THIS CLAIM OF THE CLAIMANT'S-COMPENSATION-COVERY WITH THE MONEY-DAMAGE BY THE WRONG-DOER.
~2: Accumulative Damages: Statutory damages allowed in addition to amounts available under the common law.
~2: [AC]CUMULATIVE DAMAGES: FOR THE CLAIMANT?S-STATUTORY-DAMAGES OF THE COMMON-LAW IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE LAWFUL-FEES.
3. Compensatory Damages: Damages sufficient in amount to indemnify the injured person for the loss suffered.
~~3: COMPENSATORY-DAMAGES: FOR THE DAMAGES OF THE CLAIMANT?S-SUFFICIENT-FEES IS WITH THIS CLAIM OF THE CONTINUING-LOSS BY THE WRONG-DOER-PERSON.
~4:Benefit of the Bargain Damages: Damages that a breaching party to a contract must pay to the aggrieved party, equal to the amounts that the aggrieved party would have received, including profits, if the contract had been fully performed.
~5: BENEFITS OF THE BARGAIN-DAMAGES: FOR THE CONTRACT OF THE GRIEVING-PERSON IS WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THESE FEE-COLLECTION-DAMAGES AND CONTRACT-PROFITS WITH THESE COMPLETIONS BY THE BREACHING-PERSON.
~6:Continuing Damages: Damages arising from the same injury; damages arising from the repetition of similar acts within a definite period of time.
~7: CONTINUING-DAMAGES: FOR THE CONTINUING-DAMAGES OF THE SAME-DAMAGE ARE WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THESE TIME-PERIODS OF THESE CONTINUANCES BY THE CLAIMANT/DAMAGED-PERSON.
~8:Foreseeable Damages: Damages that a breaching party knew or should have been aware of when the contract was made.
~9: FORESEEABLE-DAMAGE: FOR THE DAMAGE BY THE CONTRACTING-PARTY?S-KNOWLEDGE/PERSON AT THE TIME OF THE AUTOGRAPHING-CONTRACT.
~9~a:NOTE: PARTY?S-KNOWLEDGE = FOR THE PARTY?S-VOLITION-FIRST-CAUSE-KNOWLEDGE OF THE AUTOGRAPHING-DUTY IS WITH THIS CLAIM BY THE AUTOGRAPHING-PERSON-SECOND-CAUSE.
~9~b:NOTE: PERSON = FOR THE NAME: PERSON OF THE CORPORATION-PAPER IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE SECOND-CAUSE WITH THE DUTY-CREATION BY THE CONTRACT-CORPORATION.
~10:Discretionary Damages: Damages (such as mental anguish or pain and suffering) that are not definitive but are measurable by the enlightened conscience of an impartial juror.
~11: DISCRETIONARY-DAMAGES = UNRESTRICTIVE/ELECTIVE/FACULTATIVE/ OPEN/OPTIONAL: FOR THESE TERMS OF AN UNSEEN/OPINION ARE WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THE JURY?S-CONVINCING WITH THE DAMAGED-PARTY?S-FACTS BY THE BREACHING-PERSON.
~12:Future Damages: Money awarded to an injured party for an injury?s residual or projected effects that reduce the person?s ability to function.
~13: FUTURE-DAMAGE: FOR THESE FUTURE-NEEDS OF THESE DAMAGED-PERSON-SECURITY-VALUES ARE WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THESE LOSS-VALUES WITH THESE HANDYCAP-CAUSES BY THE DAMAGING-PARTY.
~14:Multiple Damages: Statutory damages (such as double or treble damages) that are a multiple of the amount that the fact-finder determines to be owed.
~15: MULTIPLE-DAMAGES: FOR THE LAWS OF THE STATUTES ARE WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THE LOCAL-JURISDICTION WITH THESE DAMAGES OF THE LOCAL-LAWS WITH THESE FACT-FINDINGS OF THE THREE-TIMES-DAMAGE-LOSS WITH THESE PAYMENTS BY THE CONTRACT-BREACH-VIOLATOR-PERSON.
~16 Punitive Damages: Damages awarded in addition to actual damages when the defendant acted with recklessness, malice or deceit.
~17: PUNITIVE-DAMAGES: FOR THE SECURITY-VALUE OF THE DAMAGED-PARTY IS WITH THIS CLAIM OF THESE MODIFICATION-FICTION, MALICE, RECKLESSNESS, OPINION, PRESUMPTION AND ASSUMPTION BY THE DAMAGING-PERSON/PARTY.
~18: PROXIMATE-DAMAGES: FOR THESE RECKLESSNESS, OPINIONS, PRESUMPTIONS, ASSUMPTIONS AND MODIFICATION-FICTIONS OF THESE DAMAGES ARE WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THESE LACKING/VOIDS OF THE DUE-PROCESS.
~19:Recissory Damages: ages contemplated to restore a plaintiff to the position occupied before the defendant?s wrongful acts. An award of recissory damages may mean returning property to the original owner or, if that is not possible, paying the owner the monetary value of the property.
~20: RECISSORY-DAMAGES: FOR THE COVERY-LOSS OF THE SECURITY-VALUE IS WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THE PARTY?S-DAMAGES WITH THE COVERY, LIVERY AND CLOSURE OF THE SECURITY-VALUE-LOSS WITH THIS BEGINNING-DATE OF THIS ORIGINAL-SECURITY-VALUE BY THE DAMAGING-PERSON OR PARTY.
~21:Special Damages: Damages that are alleged to have been sustained in the circumstances of a particular wrong.: To be awardable, special damages must be specifically claimed and proved.
~22: SPECIAL-DAMAGES: FOR THE SECURITY-VALUE-DAMAGES OF THE PHYSICAL-PROOF OR CONFESSION IS WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THE AUTOGRAPH-PAPER-PROOF BY THE CONFESSORS. (:TITLE:~18 U.S.C.S.~1001 AND ~1002, ~1342 AND ~1341),
~23:Substantial Damages: A considerable sum awarded to compensate for a significant loss or injury.
~14 SUBSTANCIAL-DAMAGES; FOR THIS SECURITY-VALUE OF A DAMAGE-LOSS IS WITH THESE CLAIMS BY THE DAMAGED-PERSON WITH THE LOSS OR DAMAGE BY THE DAMAGING-PERSON OR PARTY.
~24:General Damages: Money claimed by, or ordered to be paid to, a person or compensation for loss or injury.
~25: GENERAL-DAMAGES: FOR THE SECURITY-VALUE-CLAIMS BY THESE DAMAGED-PARTY/PERSON ARE WITH THESE CLAIMS OF THESE JUDGMENT OF THE COURT-JUDGE WITH THE COMPENSATIONS OF THE SECURITY-VALUES WITH THESE LOSS/DAMAGES BY THE DAMAGING-PARTY OR PERSON.