nonpecuniary damages

nonpecuniary damages
Damages for injury of such nature that there is no money standard applicable in measurement of the amount of damages. Broughel v Southern New England Tel. Co. 73 Conn 614, 621. Damages the amount of which depends upon the enlightened judgment of an impartial court or jury, since it is not a matter of mathematical calculation, as illustrated in damages for pain, suffering, and defamation. L. W. Pomereae v White, 70 Neb 171, 97 NW 232.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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