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For anyone who does / has done AS law...

On the concept of liability paper there is a question about calculating an award for damages -

Essentially - NON-PECUNIARY damages are a part of/go under GENERAL DAMAGES (according to my teacher) but...

NON-PECUNIARY damages are non-financial losses
& in my text book 'Pain, suffering and loss of amenity' are under 'GENERAL DAMAGES'

So I'm confused as to how I would write it in an exam.. e.g. would I put 'pain, suffering and loss of amenity' under general damages or non pecuniary losses..

& Are pecuniary and non-pecuniary losses a part of general damages because in my text book they are separated but my teacher has confused me :-S
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