Prejudgment Interest Rate Reform: SF 482 (1987).
Prohibits the assessment of prejudgment interest for future damages. (Other
Prohibits the assessment of prejudgment interest for future damages. (Other interest accrues from the date of commencement of the actions at a rate based on the U.S. Treasury Bill.)
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