Additur – with the defendant’s consent, increases the jury’s award of damages to avoid a new trial on grounds of inadequate damages

Definition of Additur:

[Latin ‘it is added to’] (1894) A trial courts order, issued usually with the defendant’s consent, that increases the jury’s award of damages to avoid a new trial on
grounds of inadequate damages. The term may also refer to the increase itself, the
procedure, or the court’s power to make the order. — Also termed increscitur.

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