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benefit of the bargain

  1. :  the advantage that would be or have been gained under a contract if completed as agreed; specifically :  the difference between the actual value of property and the value of property as it is represented in case of misrepresentation —called also benefit of one's bargain, loss of bargain — compare out-of-pocket rule


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