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Can they prove that the cars, accessories, and related services they offer , during those particular 15 days, would have sold at the prices the prices they?
Generally the sum fixed upon will be considered either liquidated damages or a penalty according to the intent of the parties.
The use of the words 'penalty,' 'forfeiture,' or 'liquidated damages,' will not be decisive of the question if the instrument, taken as a whole, discloses a different intent.
Maybe the owner can prove these things, but it’s pretty speculative.
And if the owner’s proof is speculative the contractor will oppose saying its not They’re a special sub-category of actual damages.
But can the owner prove, with , what their sales volume and profit margin would have been during those 15 days?