Examples of Pecuniary damages in a sentence
Pecuniary damages shall be paid by the violator no later than 30 days after being served with the decision (if an administrative act is issued, within a reasonable period not in excess of 30 days fixed by the same act) and if the decision/administrative act is appealed, not later than 15 days after receipt of notice of dismissal of the appeal.
Pecuniary damages involve loss of or detriment to the victims’ income, expenses incurred due to the facts, and pecuniary consequences that have a causal link with the sub judice case,215 for which the Court, when it is appropriate, sets a compensation for the property-related consequences of the violations found.
Pecuniary damages are those that “can be estimated in and compensated by money.” Turman, 125 F.
Pecuniary damages in a wrongful death action “should be equivalent to those pecuniary benefits or compensation that reasonably could have resulted from the continued life of the deceased.” Id. (quoting McCart, 641 P.2d at 391).
Pecuniary damages for each Class Member’s personal losses, recoverable on an individual basis.