What is LUCRUM CESSANS?
Lat. In Scotch law. A ceasing gain, as distinguished from damnum datum, an actual loss.Lucrum facere ex pupilli tutela tutor non debet. A guardian ought not to make money out of the guardianship of his ward. Manning v. Manning’s Ex’rs, 1 Johns. Ch. (N. Y.) 527, 535.
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