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grant relief by way of damages (other than nominal damages) or on account of profits in any case— (a) where
Central Government Act
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grant relief by way of damages (other than nominal damages) or an account of profits in any case-- (a) where
Central Government Act
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were:-- The plaintiff-company was entitled to recover only nominal damages for infringement of their trade mark, awarded ... that the court below has erred in awarding only nominal damages when the question of ascertaining the quantum of damages
Andhra High Court
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plaintiffs would be only entitled to nominal damages, and remarked, rather curiously, that it was well established that in India ... there is no question of awarding nominal damages. In the end, therefore, he dismissed the suit, and directed the plaintiffs
Madras High Court
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were such as to disentitle him to anything but nominal damages. 27. Since the decision on Scott v. Sampson ... agree with the appellants that contemptuous or merely nominal damages should be given. 48. The defendants placed on the record
Calcutta High Court
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damages are being awarded by courts which include nominal damages, exemplary damages and compensatory damages. 22. Nominal damages are usually ... actual loss. There may be another situation where nominal damages may be awarded which is a case where loss
Delhi High Court
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facie entitled in a breach of contract to recover nominal damages. 26. In the case of a claim for damages ... which may be liquidated damages or in some cases nominal damages. The same principle as applied between principals and agents
Calcutta High Court
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actual loss suffered, he would be entitled to recover nominal damages for a breach of contract and the court ... court further observed that even in a case where nominal damages were only to be awarded, the extent
Delhi High Court
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damages since August 1, 1942, they were merely the damages for nonpayment of the value of the trucks ... date of the Trial Court's decree plus nominal damages for the wrongful detention of the trucks from August
Supreme Court of India
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Allahabad High Court Thomas Bear And Sons (India) vs Prayag Narain on 14 September, 1934
Allahabad High Court
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