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21-3-1      General measure of damages for breach of noncontractual obligation--Foreseeability not required.
21-3-2      Punitive damages in discretion of jury.
21-3-3      Presumed damages for wrongful conversion of personal property--Presumptions conclusive when possession wrongful from beginning.
21-3-4      Lien holder's damages for conversion of personal property.
21-3-5      General measure of damages for wrongful occupation of real property.
21-3-6      Treble damages for forcible exclusion from real property.
21-3-7      Double damages for failure of tenant to give up premises after notice of intention.
21-3-8      Double damages for holding over by tenant after expiration of term and notice to quit.
21-3-9      Measure of damages for holding over real property by conservator, trustee, or life tenant.
21-3-10      Damages for wrongful injury to trees and plants.
21-3-11      Limitation on damages for medical malpractice.
21-3-11.1      Legislative findings--Revival of ยง 21-3-11.
21-3-12      Evidence of special damages insurance from certain collateral sources admissible in personal injury actions for health care malpractice.
21-3-13      Limitation of damages recoverable for injury or death of rodeo contestant.
21-3-14      Local law where personal injury occurs determines survival of claim.

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