LADs are “Liquidated and Ascertained Damages”. They stand in contrast to unliquidated damages, ie normal general damages. With unliquidated damages, if a party believes that another party has breached the contract and it wants a remedy in damages, it must prove: To avoid that lengthy and expensive procedure, the parties will often agree in construction […]

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