Special Damages definition

Special Damages shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 5.07.
Special Damages means any consequential, indirect, incidental, punitive, exemplary, special or similar damages or lost profits (including any diminution in nature of any investments) suffered directly or indirectly.
Special Damages has the meaning specified in Section 11.21.

Examples of Special Damages in a sentence

  • Interest shall be payable on both general damages and Special Damages awarded to each Class Member/Family Class Member.

  • Under no circumstances will Entrant be permitted to obtain any punitive, incidental, special, consequential or other damages, including without limitation lost profits (collectively, “Special Damages”) to an Entrant; and Entrant hereby waives all rights to claim Special Damages and all rights to have such damages multiplied or increased.

  • In addition, Special Damages may be awarded which represent reimbursement for actual out-of-pocket expenses incurred, subject to proof and an award by the Adjudicator.

  • Within 20 days of receipt of written notice from the Adjudicator of classification of a Class Member’s/Family Class Member’s claim, the Defendants will make payment to the Class Member/Family Class Member of the compensation awarded by the Adjudicator, including general damages, Special Damages and interest.

More Definitions of Special Damages

Special Damages has the meaning specified in Article 19.
Special Damages has the meaning set forth in Section 7.9.
Special Damages means, collectively, any indirect, consequential (including loss of revenue or loss of profit), incidental, punitive or exemplary damages.
Special Damages. As defined in Section 8.3(d).
Special Damages has the meaning specified in Article 15.
Special Damages means damages, other than general damages, that the defendant knew or should have known when the contract was made probably would be incurred by the plaintiff if the defendant breached the contract.
Special Damages has the meaning given to such term in Section 14.13.