Questions tagged [damage-mitigation]

Mitigation in law is the principle that a party who has suffered loss (from a tort or breach of contract) has to take reasonable action to minimize the amount of the loss suffered.

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How can I compel my neighbor to address damage they care causing my property?

My neighbor has an energy efficient low e window. They have had it for about 10 years, but over time it has slowly been causing damage (melting) our vinyl siding. This article details the way the ...
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Does liquidating an LLC prior to paying out damages make you no longer liable for the damages?

Say an LLC is sued. My understanding is that the lawyer fees and money you pay for damages comes from the LLC's bank account, since your personal assets should be protected (assuming you haven't ...
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Question about Landlord Responsibility to Mitigate Damages in Michigan

I am paying $1206 a month in rent and will break my lease with 14 months left. My landlord wants to charge me $190 times the 4 months for what they call a "Concession". Furthermore they want to ...