08 - Liquidated Damages Format - Remedies How to approach an un-liquidated question The breach of contract in this case occurred when state the

08 - Liquidated Damages Format - Remedies How to...

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RemediesHow to approach an un-liquidated questionThe breach of contract in this case occurred when state the breach. This breach resulted in damages/losses to be suffered by the innocent party. The damages and losses are as follows: Expectation loss(Loss of profit)oBusiness daily profitsoSeasonal profits expected oSpecial order profitsReliance loss(Wasted expenditure)oAdvertisingoAdditional salary incurredLoss of reputationoPeace of mind oEnjoymentThe loss of reputationis a non-pecuniary loss. Following the case of Haron B Mundir v Singapore Amateur Athletic Association (1992), the courts are unlikely to award damages for non-pecuniary losses. Thus, Ashould not expect to be awarded damages for the loss of reputation. However, to claim damages for the remaining losses, causation has to be proved. Firstly, for causation in fact, it can be seen that Awould not have suffered the first lossbut for the breach. Thus, the first lossmust have been attributable to and caused by the breach.

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