Liquidated damages are appropriate if: 1.) damages are uncertain in amount or difficult to prove; 2.) the parties possess the intent to agree to liquidated damages; and 3.) the amount of damages is reasonable and is not greatly disproportionate to the amount of damages sustained as a result of breach of contract.
Hammond v. Miller; Brown-Olsen v. Hammond
October 8, 2012
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