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pecuniary

Law (of an offence) involving a monetary penalty
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In 1934, the United States Supreme Court stated that the purpose of the just compensation provision of the Fifth Amendment is to "put [the owner] in as good a position pecuniarily as if his property had not been taken.
Fair market value, therefore, frequently ignores certain elements of loss that an owner suffers and generally falls short of putting an owner in as good a position pecuniarily as if the taking had not occurred.
Apart from such authorization, no officer, agent, or employee shall have any power or authority to bind the Society by any contract or engagement, or pledge its credit, or to render it liable pecuniarily for any purpose or in any amount.
The Court has described the compensation standard in a way that seems to indicate a desire to provide full compensation, declaring that "[a property owner] is entitled to be put in as good a position pecuniarily as if his property had not been taken.
The DOD FMR was recently revised to implement this law, (224) and now provides that "[d]epartmental accountable officials shall be pecuniarily liable for illegal, improper or incorrect payments that result from information, data or services they negligently provide to a certifying officer, and upon which, the certifying officer directly relies in accordance with the provisions of 10 U.
The goal is to put the owner "in as good a position pecuniarily as if his property had not been taken.
246 [1934]), the Court explained that compensation should put an owner "in as good a position pecuniarily as if his property had not been taken.
The appointment letter signed by Jay Garner included the standard DoDFMR clause holding certifying officers pecuniarily liable for any payment found to be illegal, improper, or incorrect and that this official may have to repay any amount found to be incorrect.