ex gratia


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ex gratia (eks′ grāˑ·shē·),

n a monetary payment to an aggrieved party from the accused party without an admission of wrongdoing.
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An ex gratia payment is one that is made over and above any contractual entitlement the individual concerned may have.
36) Another option is for innocent individuals to apply for an ex gratia payment from the state.
On October 15, the BMC issued a circular stating that those employees who had participated in the September 19 and 20 strike would not be eligible for ex gratia payment for the year 2010-11.
The British ambassador to Libya Donald Murray wrote: "HMG made a genuine ex gratia offer in order to improve relations, even though they had no call to do so.
A break up of Surender Singh's dues of pensionary and terminal benefits include: retirement gratuity of ` 2,11,458, commutation of pension ` 11,34809, armed forces PF ` 648195, army group insurance ` 1,13,849 and ex gratia from welfare fund of ` 10,000.
He also announced an ex gratia relief of Rs 5 lakhs from the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund to the families of those who have lost their lives and an ex gratia of Rs 50000 to those injured.
The state government has announced an ex gratia amount of ` 1 lakh for the next of kin of the deceased and ` 10,000 for the injured.
Ex gratia means you would like to make a payment without admitting liability.
My government assures an ex gratia payment to the families of those who have lost their dear ones and to those who are injured from the Prime Minister's Relief Fund.
The army is also seeking parity between the ex gratia paid to the kin of soldiers killed in counterinsurgency operations and warlike conflicts.
Fallon completed a treble on Tough Speed and Shamrock City, as did Barry Hills with Out Of Africa, Sheer Hamas and Ex Gratia.
Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot also announced an ex gratia of Rs 2 lakh for the kin of the dead, Rs 1 lakh for the seriously injured and Rs 50,000 for those with minor injuries.