Consequential Damages definition

Consequential Damages means Losses claimed to have resulted from any indirect, incidental, reliance, special, consequential, punitive, exemplary, multiple or any other Loss, including damages claimed to have resulted from harm to business, loss of anticipated revenues, savings, or profits, or other economic Loss claimed to have been suffered not measured by the prevailing Party’s actual damages, and any other damages typically considered consequential damages under Applicable Law, regardless of whether the Parties knew or had been advised of the possibility that such damages could result in connection with or arising from anything said, omitted, or done hereunder or related hereto, including willful acts or omissions.
Consequential Damages shall survive termination or expiration of this Agreement. Tento Článek 9 "Následná škoda" zůstane v platnosti po ukončení nebo uplynutí doby trvání této Smlouvy.
Consequential Damages has the meaning set forth in Section 13.15.

Examples of Consequential Damages in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding any rule of the AAA Commercial Arbitration Rules to the contrary, the Parties agree that the arbitrator will have no authority to award punitive damages, exemplary damages, Consequential Damages, multiple damages, or any other damages not measured by the prevailing Party’s actual damages, and may not, in any event, make any ruling, finding or award that does not conform to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

  • INDEMNITY, CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AND INSURANCE 18.1 Indemnity 18.2 No Consequential Damages 18.3 Insurance ARTICLE 19.

  • The arbitrator will have no authority to award punitive damages, exemplary damages, Consequential Damages, multiple damages, or any other damages not measured by the prevailing Party's actual damages, and may not, in any event, make any ruling, finding or award that does not conform to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

  • Notwithstanding any rule of the AAA Commercial Arbitration Rules to the contrary, the Parties agree that the arbitrator will have no authority to award punitive damages, exemplary damages, Consequential Damages, multiple damages, or any other damages not measured by the prevailing Party's actual damages, and may not, in any event, make any ruling, finding or award that does not conform to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

  • Disclaimer of Consequential Damages: In no event will Engineering Services be liable to Buyer for any indirect, incidental, punitive, special or consequential damages incurred by Buyer as the result of a claim of warranty or Engineering Services’s actions under this Agreement, even if Engineering Services has been put on notice that Buyer could sustain such damages.


More Definitions of Consequential Damages

Consequential Damages means any indirect or consequential damages arising from, relating to or in connection with this Agreement, whether arising from or relating to breach of warranty, agreement or covenant, negligence, strict liability in tort or other causes.
Consequential Damages means such damages as do not flow directly and immediately from the act of a party, but which arise from intervention of special circumstances not ordinarily predictable (for greater certainty, “Consequential Damages” do not include general and special, actual or compensatory damages as will compensate an injured party for the injury sustained (and nothing more)).
Consequential Damages mean any exemplary, punitive, special, indirect, consequential, remote or speculative damages (it being understood that lost profits or revenues shall be deemed to be speculative damages).
Consequential Damages has the meaning set forth in Section 20.4.
Consequential Damages means Losses claimed to have resulted from any indirect, incidental, reliance, special, consequential, punitive, exemplary, multiple or any other Loss, including damages claimed to have resulted from harm to business, loss of anticipated revenues, savings, or profits, or other economic Loss claimed to have been suffered not measured by the prevailing Party’s actual damages, and regardless of whether the Parties knew or had been advised of the possibility that such damages could result in connection with or arising from anything said, omitted, or done hereunder or related hereto, including willful acts or omissions.
Consequential Damages means all exemplary, punitive, special, indirect, consequential, remote or speculative damages, including loss of profit, loss of revenue or any other special or incidental damages, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), strict liability or otherwise, whether or not the Person at fault knew or should have known that such damage would likely be suffered.