Latin Legal Terms

Ad quod damnum

Ad quod damnum – this term is used within the area of Tort Law, where details that the remedy or penalty/compensation, awarder by the court, should be proportional to the tort and the damages occurred by the harmed or injured person. I.e. it expresses the basic legal principle that the injured should not benefit from the outcome of the remedy.

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