CONTENTS I Introduction II The Expansionist Thesis A 'Objectives' and 'Measures' of Damages B Variations in the Thesis 1 The Availability of the Several 'Measures' 2 The Unity of the Proposed Monetary Remedy C General and Exceptional Categories of Damages D Crossover of Remedies E Rationale of the Thesis III The Development of the Law of Damages A Consolidation of the Principle of Compensation B The Criticisms of Rookes v Barnard 1 The False Monopoly of Compensation 2 The Restrictions on Exemplary Damages
3 The Category of Aggravated Damages IV An Evaluation of the Thesis V The Principles of Damages Revisited VI Conclusion
The majority decides overall that no power now exists in the law of New South Wales to award exemplary damages
for equitable wrongs such as those alleged in this case nor should this Court recognize such a power.
Money,(8) another 1763 case, the court approved an award of exemplary damages
of 300[pounds] - which the U.
1(2) of the Engineers Act, RSBC 1979, c-109, "a person who engages in unauthorized practice is liable to pay exemplary damages
not exceeding $C10,000 to the Association of Professional Engineers whether of not he has been convicted of an offense related to the contravention.
Punitive or exemplary damages
are damages other than compensatory that may be awarded to punish the defendant for outrageous conduct and to deter similar malfeasance in the future.
The evidence was insufficient and in Kenya, punitive or exemplary damages
are available where there is oppressive, arbitrary or unconstitutional action by the servants of the government," the judge said in the December 7 decision.
P9,124,164 as compensation for loss of earning plus corresponding amounts for burial, interment expenses, moral and exemplary damages
US$ 77,021,593 in damages from United States-based Intersil Corporation, including US$10,000,000 in exemplary damages
The total includes exemplary damages
to mark the seriousness of the case.
The court also ordered the accused to pay the heirs of Laude P50,000 for civil damages; P50,000 for loss of earning capacity; P155,250 as funeral and burial expenses; P50,000 moral damages; and P30,000 exemplary damages
They are also seeking damages for alleged breach of contract, unlawful interference with their economic interests, as well as punitive and exemplary damages