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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DAMAGE AND DAMAGES?

> Damages  refers  to  the  actionable  loss  resulting  from  another person’s act or omission.  It is the detriment, loss, or injury which is  occasioned  by  reason  of  fault  of  another  in  the  property  or
person

> Damages refer to the sum of money which can be awarded for the damage done.  These are the pecuniary consequences which the law imposes for the breach of some duty or the violation of some
right


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