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21-1-1      Right to damages for detriment from unlawful act or omission of another.
21-1-2      Nominal damages for breach of duty without detriment.
21-1-3      Damages to be reasonable.
21-1-4      Exemplary or penal damages only as provided--Interest on damages.
21-1-4.1      Discovery and trial of exemplary damage claims.
21-1-5      Damages for breach of obligation not to exceed gain from full performance--Exceptions.
21-1-6      Market value considered in estimating damage to property.
21-1-7      Market value considered in estimating damages for deprivation of possession of property.
21-1-8      Peculiar value of property to plaintiff considered in damages against defendant with notice or willful wrongdoer.
21-1-9      Value of instrument presumed equal to value of property represented.
21-1-10      Damages awarded for detriment after commencement of action.
21-1-11      Repealed.
21-1-12      Acceptance of principal as waiver of interest.
21-1-13      Repealed.
21-1-13.1      Interest on damages--Prejudgment interest--Retroactive application.
21-1-13.2      Application of interest statutes.
21-1-14      Liability of issuer of bad check for collection costs--Costs included in restitution award.
21-1-15      Definitions.
21-1-16      Residential construction defects--Notice and opportunity to remedy--Time for inspection and offer to repair or compensate.

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