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Construction Law



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13.01 An award of damages is an order, by a court or tribunal, that one party is to pay a sum of money to another party for the purpose of compensating that other party for the first party’s breach of obligation. Damages represent the principal means by which the law provides a remedy to a person who suffers loss or harm as a consequence of another’s breach of contract or tort.1

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