Chapter 18 - Breach of Contract and Remedies

Chapter 18 - Breach of Contract and Remedies - Law &...

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Law & Society I Key : M W 9:30AM, Snell 213 Normal, dark blue, size 12 font: Every header found in text John Exley, ID: 0160294 Normal, black, size 12 font: Excerpts from text 10.27.08 Bold, black, size 12 font: Vocabulary from text Chapter 18: Breach of Contract and Remedies Pages 353-365 Section 1 – Damages Types of Damages o Compensatory Damages Incidental Damages: Losses reasonably associated with, or related to, actual damages resulting from a breach of contract. Sale of Goods Construction Contracts Construction Contracts and Economic Waste o Consequential Damages Consequential Damages: Special damages that compensate for a loss that is not direct or immediate (for example, lost profits). The special damages must have been reasonably foreseeable at the time the breach or injury occurred in order for the plaintiff to collect them. o Punitive Damages o Nominal Damages Nominal Damages: A small monetary award (often $1.00) granted to a plaintiff when no actual damage
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2009 for the course LW 270 taught by Professor Wears during the Spring '09 term at Clarkson University .

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