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Short Answer The question sounds simple, but the answer is quite involved and would depend upon factors not identified as being present or absent in the question. There might be isolated fact patterns in which there could be liability imposed, but usually, no economic harm that couldn't be remedied by reinstatement would occur, and fairly specific factual ...


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Both outcomes are possible. A's insurance company would resist full replacement, so B would probably have to sue and prove that full replacement was necessary. Since the basic idea behind compensation is making the person whole after having been harmed, and what is the harm in a more limited repair job? The jury would contemplate all of the details regarding ...


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In criminal law we might talk in terms of a number of "counts" of an offence. E.g. "the defendant is charged with 4 counts of copyright infringement". However you've asked about civil law copyright infringement, so that isn't relevant. If you are sued, the claimant is not seeking to convict you of X number of offences. Instead, they are ...


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It's based on the date the letter was received, not the date it was mailed. Since it's certified, it's not received until somebody signs for it, which starts the clock. The actual date isn't possible to calculate from the information on hand. The delivery receipt would have the date it was signed for, it would be prior to the end of the 30th calendar date ...


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