Examples of restitution in a Sentence
the restitution of her stolen property
He was ordered to make restitution to the victim.
Recent Examples of restitution from the Web
According to Office of Lawyer Regulation records, MacLean had paid $458,000 in restitution to Red Granite's parent company last year.
By executive action, McDonnell automated rights restoration for non-violent felons who had completed their sentences and paid fines and restitution as needed.
Former Bell assistant city administrator Angela Spaccia was resentenced Monday, in light of an appeals court reversal on five counts of misappropriating funds from the city, and again ordered to repay roughly $8 million in restitution.
Fedorchuk was ordered to pay $1,334 in restitution to people who were identified as victims in the case.
Salling will pay $50,000 to each victim seeking restitution and also agreed not to have any communication with any person under the age of 18 unless the legal guardian is present or has been notified of this conviction.
The lawsuit seeks civil penalties, disgorgement of profits, restitution, costs, and attorneys’ fees.
The settlement requires $196,574 in restitution to First American’s customers, dismissal of lawsuits against customers and $25,000 in penalties paid to the state.
Experts predict that 2m lawsuits will be filed after the war by people seeking restitution for damaged or stolen property.
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Synonymsdamages, indemnification, indemnity, quittance, recompense, recoupment, redress, remuneration, reparation, reprisal (s), requital, compensation, satisfaction
Related Wordspunitive damage, solatium; amends, atonement, expiation; refund, reimbursement, repayment; adjustment, settlement; punishment, retaliation
RESTITUTION Defined for English Language Learners
legal Definition of restitution
- ordered to pay restitution to the victim of his crime
restitutional\ˌres-tə-ˈtü-shə-nəl, -ˈtyü-\ adjective
restitutionary\ˌres-tə-ˈtü-shə-ˌner-ē, -ˈtyü-\ adjective
restitutive\ˈres-tə-ˌtü-tiv, -ˌtyü-\ adjective
restitutory\ˌres-tə-ˈtü-tə-rē, -ˈtyü-; rə-ˈsti-tyə-ˌtōr-ē\ adjective
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