meaning of ad damnum

ad damnum meaning in Law Dictionary

In pleading. "to your damage." The technical name of the term for the writ or statement which contains a statement for the plaintiff's money loss, or even the problems which he promises. Cole v. Hayes, 78 myself. 539, 7 Atl. 391; Vincent v. lifestyle Ass'n, 75 Conn. 050, 55 Atl. 177.

ad damnum meaning in Business Dictionary

element of a petition for problems that details the plaintiff's claim and suggests the amount of money demanded through the defendant.