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1.) General Damages: intend to place the injured party in the position they would have been in had the contract been fulfilled 2.) Special Damages: compensation in addition to general damages for cases that do not naturally flow from a breach 3.) Punitive Damages: further damages to punish the wrong doer 4.) Aggravated Damages: A monetary remedy designed to compensate for the humiliation, distress, misery, or embarrassment resulting from the tortfeasor's vicious, malicious, or shocking conduct.

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