contrepartie morale

Sandie P

New Member
English UK
Hi everyone

I understand this to be a non-financial compensation, for example the promotion a musician can get from featuring on a DVD or video.

I'd be happy to know if there is an exact equivalent in legal English.

Many thanks.
 
  • polaire

    Senior Member
    English, United States
    edwingill said:
    moral damages
    I think "punitive damages" or "exemplary damages", would be the terms used for what edwingill suggested. But what the original poster discussed sounds more like "non-monetary damages/compensation."
     

    edwingill

    Senior Member
    England English
    moral damages is a term used in the English legal system, often in libel cases. The jury finds for the plaintiff, and the judge fines the defendant 1p
     

    polaire

    Senior Member
    English, United States
    I gave the AE legal equivalents. Again, free promotion does not sound like that type of damages.
     

    Sandie P

    New Member
    English UK
    Hi everyone and thanks for your replies

    I don't think "damages" applies here as it isn't about a court action.
     

    KatishaKat

    Senior Member
    India English, Hindi
    Benefits? or perhaps "just returns" or simply "in return" because when you talk of what a musician would get in "contrepartie" of say an album promtion, then you're talking about what he gets in lieu of the promotion if it isn't monetary.
    Am I right?
     
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