AuthorJohn Eaton; Denis Le May
ProfessionLibrarian & Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba/Avocat, Barreau du Québec, Conseiller à la documentation en droit (1975?2006) et Chargé de cours, Faculté de droit, Université Laval
In most civil litigation cases, the plaintiff seeks some kind of recompense for the injury suf-
fered. An entire area of law has developed around the awarding of damages and numerous
types of awards have developed within this area (e.g., liquidated or unliquidated; general, exem-
plary, pecuniary, and punitive). This is an area largely grounded in caselaw but informed by
various rules of court. Related topics: CIVIL PROCEDURE, REMEDIES & RESTITUTION.
Branche majeure du droit civil et partie importante du domaine des OBLIGATIONS.
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