The features of non-pecuniary damage of Supreme Court practice in Lithuania

  • 2012-10-17
Non-pecuniary damage is defined as “physical pain, mental suffering, inconvenience, mental shock, emotional depression, humiliation, deterioration of reputation, loss of opportunities, and other court to assess monetary.In world legal practice there are several non-pecuniary damage compensation rate regulation models: First, when the law lays down a specific amount of money for a spiritual or physical pain induction; Second, it may be the threshold (minimum or maximum), the court can not exceed the limits;Third, the law gives courts full discretion in ...
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