Remittitur

Remittitur,

Definition of Remittitur:

  1. The action or an act of sending the transcript of a case back from an appellate to a trial court for record or further work; a formal notice of this.

  2. The remission of excessive damages awarded to a plaintiff; a formal statement of this.

  3. The process undertaken by the court in order to reduce an overly large jury verdict.

Meaning of Remittitur & Remittitur Definition

Remittitur,

What is The Meaning of Remittitur?

  • Remittitur means, Loss deduction is provided by the jury through a judge.

Meanings of Remittitur

  1. The act or act of returning a minute of first appeal to a court to register or process an official notification.

  2. An unwarranted waiver of compensation gives the applicant the same formal declaration.