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posted 3 years ago
Punitive Damages in default Cases
As a default litigant, the defendant would be unable to argue the facts presented in the complaint. As a result, with the lack of a jury, the plaintiff's damage award is solely up to the presiding judge. How does a plaintiff act to obtain a punitive damage award in a default judgment from a judge?
  • Canada
  • Tort
  • Criminal Litigation

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