provisions are allowed in situations where the actual amount of damages which might result from a party's default would be difficult to calculate.
the acquired firm's partners sign the acquirer's partnership agreement, which typically contains non-nonservice, and liquidated damage
provisions obligating a partner who leaves with clients to reimburse the firm for additional expenses taken on to service the acquired partner's clients.
Rebecca Marshall, Recent Development, Bootstrapping a Malice Requirement into ADEA Liquidated Damage
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Arkansas Courts have ruled that where a construction contract is substantially performed within the time limit, delay in completion of minor details which does not cause material damage to the project will not subject the builder to liquidated damages
provisions in leases: Property owners and managers should focus their attention on risks associated with improperly drafted late fee provisions in their leases.
She sued for a precise amount of liquidated damages
clauses may also be subject to attack.
In connection with cooperative apartments, most courts have upheld liquidated damage
provisions measured by a contract down payment often percent.
In all cases, liquidated damages
must be a reasonable approximation of the landlord's actual damages at the time landlord and tenant signed the lease.
Reyes was also slapped with 22 counts of violating Section 3(g) of the graft law for signing on to allegedly disadvantageous contracts that do not provide for the payment of liquidated damages
in case of project delays.
After a few years of contract performance, the Licensee defaulted in payment of its royalty obligations stipulated in the licence agreement and subsequently the Claimant filed a suit before the Economic Court of First Instance in Cairo ("the Court") demanding (i) recovery of the outstanding amounts due as royalties (estimated at around USD 4 million); and (ii) payment of liquidated damages
worth approximately USD 2 million as damages for the breach of the copyright licensing contracts as agreed between the parties.