verb (damnifies, damnifying, damnified)[with object] English Law , rare
Cause injury to: Article 86 gives rise to a cause of action at the suit of a person damnified by its contravention
More example sentences
- If the bailor is damnified by the terms of the sub-bailment he has a cause of action against the head bailee.
- The defendants are justified in their contention that the remedy of the party damnified by the solicitor's misconduct will become illusory.
- In such a case the court has the power, and the duty, at the instance of the Attorney General on behalf of the public or of a person damnified, to restrain the further exercise of those powers not in accord with the special act.
- Example sentences
- It was admitted, indeed, on the last argument, that the proceedings at Lancaster should be considered as evidence of a damnification; but that the defendant should be let into a full defence in this action.
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