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WHAT  SHOULD  THE  OFFENDED  PARTY  PROVE  IF  HE  WANTS  TO CLAIM ACTUAL DAMAGES OR LOSS OF EARNING CAPACITY?

     The  offended  party  must  show  proof  of  the  amount  of  the
pecuniary loss, such as receipts
     Actual damages not supported by evidence may not be awarded
     However,  if  death  results  from  the  crime  or  the  quasi-delict,  the heirs need only to prove the fact of death in order to claim actual or compensatory damages
 

IS THERE NEED  FOR PROOF OF  PECUNIARY LOSS IN ORDED  THAT MORAL,   NOMINAL,   TEMPORATE,   LIQUIDATED,   OR   EXEMPLARY DAMAGES MAY BE ADJUDICATED?

     No, Article 2216 of the Civil Code provides that no proof is needed
     The assessment of the damage depends on  the discretion  of the court
 


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