Consequential damage

(Law) Damage so remote as not to be actionable
Damage which although remote is actionable.
Actionable damage, but not following as an immediate result of an act.
See under Consequential.

See also: Consequential, Consequential, Consequential, Damage

References in classic literature ?
If A, is the penny sufficient, or may he claim consequential damages in the form of additional money to represent the possible profit which might have inured from the dog, and classifiable as earned incre- ment, that is to say, usufruct?
Liability due to computer crimes and security and liability from consequential damage round out the top three concerns, according to a survey of 25 associations conducted by Miner Insurance Services Inc.
That makes it important to ask for consequential damage coverage.
But whatever the question, the real Tory agenda is to get us out of Europe, with untold consequential damage to our economy.
If you are suffering damp penetration through the former wallof the neighbour's house, then the neighbour is going to be responsible for this, and possibly for all consequential damage to the inside of your house.
The execution of the mission should, moreover, lead to the possibility for the contracting authority to purchase, at the end of implementation, an insurance covering the damage to structures and the consequential damage to third parties to these, for one period of ten years commencing on the acceptance of works.
The state Supreme Court pointed out that the consequential damage the Whites sought stemmed directly from the utilization of the condemned tract for its intended purpose.
In cases with consequential damage claims of $1 million or more, the parties can, by mutual agreement, expand the panel to include three public arbitrators.
Civil responsibility" such guarantees, within the limits of commitments and deductibles under insured against the financial consequences of the liability he may incur due to bodily injury, property damage and consequential damage caused to others.
For the second year in a row, the actual presidential vacuum had far-reaching consequential damage not only on the economy but also on reflecting a negative image of Lebanon abroad, he warned.
This consultation relates to construction insurance services - civil liability of the owner for the physical, material, immaterial, consequential damage or not, and any accidental damage to the environment.
There's a huge scrap market in Sharjah - with scrap being imported from Japan - but the consequential damage from imbalances in a drive shaft and resulting vibration can seriously impact the life of the gear box or the transmission.