What is AD DAMNUM?

In pleading. “To the damage.” The technical name of that clause of the writ or declaration which contains a statement of the plaintiff’s money loss, or the damages which he claims. Cole v. Hayes, 78 Me. 539, 7 Atl. 391; Vincent v. Life Ass’n, 75 Conn. 050, 55 Atl. 177.

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