Rule of reasonable certainty

Rule of reasonable certainty – this is legal rule applicable within the Tort Law in some Common Law systems. There it details the borders of awarding lost profits and future loss, as long as these are reasonably corresponding to the negative outcome of the wrongful and harmful act. In other words, for example if there is presumable loss of profit amounting to totally 10 000 Dollars, the injured should not expect to be awarded with ten times more money.

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