certainty of damages

certainty of damages
Having a basis for a reasoned conclusion; a reasonable basis for computation; absolute exactness of calculation is not a requisite. Palmer v Connecticut Railway & Lighting Co. 311 US 544, 85 L Ed 336, 61 S Ct 379.

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