Bill: Rejected Monetary Loss Act

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Public Defender Director
Public Affairs Department
Redmont Bar Assoc.

Prevent courts from being exploited for a high amount of cash.
Justice for players

1 - Short Title and Enactment
(1) This Act may be cited as the ‘Monetary Loss Act'
(2) This Act shall be enacted immediately upon its signage.
(3) This Act has been authored by: Rep. bibsfi4a
(4) This Act has been co-sponsored by: Rep.RandomIntruder

2 - Reasons
(1) Currently the plaintiff can ask for a high amount of legal fees without any limits. The same goes for mental fees.
(2) This act aims to codify the amount of fees one can ask.

3 - Definitions
Legal Fees - A fees awarded to the Plaintiff to hire representation in court.
Emotional Damages - A fees awarded to the Plaintiff for the mental stress caused either by intent or neglect.

4 - Legal Fees

For one to get a legal fees the following condition shall be matched-

(1) Proof of payment to the lawyer
(a) Plaintiffs wishing to claim legal fees must name each lawyer involved in the case and how much legal fees will be given to each lawyer.
(b) Plaintiffs represented by an entire firm will have the legal fees awarded to the firm involved.
(c) Legal Fees awarded in court will be given directly to the lawyer(s) and/or firms involved in the case as opposed to to the player UNLESS proof of payment is sent as part of the case filing.
(2) Legal fees shall not be given in the following cases:
(a) If the Plaintiff did not list out who the legal fees will be awarded to.

5 - Emotional Damages Fees and Other Unquantifiable Fees

(1) The amount of Emotional Damages and any other relevant unquantifiable damages be awarded to the Plaintiff shall not exceed:
(a) Supreme court= $3500
(b) Federal Court= $2500
(c) District court= $1000
(2) Emotional Damages and any other relevant unquantifiable damages can only be awarded in civil cases.
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