Latin Legal Terms

Ad damnum

Ad damnum – this legal term refers to the parts or sections of a petition that relates to the precise damages that were suffered and claimed by the suitor. Per the provisions of the Civil Law, the ad damnum part of a petition suggests a certain amount of money that the claimant asks the court to award to them, with the role to compensate the claimant for the damages suffered.

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