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2016 Code of Alabama
Title 6 - CIVIL PRACTICE.
Chapter 11 - DAMAGES.
Article 2 - Punitive Damages.
- Section 6-11-20 - Punitive damages not to be awarded other than where clear and convincing evidence proven; definitions.
- Section 6-11-21 - Punitive damages not to exceed certain limits.
- Section 6-11-22 - Grounds for mistrial if limitations mentioned in presence of jury
- Section 6-11-23 - No presumption of correctness; court to conduct hearings; admissible relevant evidence; trial court to independently reassess award of punitive damages.
- Section 6-11-24 - No presumption of correctness to apply to damages on appeal.
- Section 6-11-25 - Ability of court to set aside damages not limited.
- Section 6-11-26 - No punitive damages awarded against state or agency thereof.
- Section 6-11-27 - Principal, master, etc., not liable for punitive damages for conduct of agent, servant, etc.; exceptions.
- Section 6-11-28 - No cause of action created.
- Section 6-11-29 - Wrongful death actions not affected.
- Section 6-11-30 - Effective date.
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