Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) The aggrieved party is entitled to full compensation for harm sustained as a result of the non-performance. Such harm includes both any loss which it suffered and any gain of which it was deprived, taking into account any gain to the aggrieved party resulting from its avoidance of cost or harm.
(2) Such harm may be non-pecuniary and includes, for instance, physical suffering or emotional distress.
|1||Harm suffered due to non-performance||4|
|2||Full compensation for harm sustained||11|
|2.1.1||Losses suffered due to non-performance||2|
|2.2.1||Pain and suffering||3|
|2.2.2||Loss of certain amenities of life|
|2.2.4||Attacks on honour or reputation||1|
|2.2.5||Forms of compensation for non-material harm|
|3||No enrichment of the aggrieved party|