The strongest bulwark of authority is uniformity; the least divergence from it is the greatest crime. - Emma Goldman, The Place of the Individual in Society
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A claim is unliquidated when the amount of it cannot be mathematically calculated, or if it subject to a contingency.
Such damages, as are unascertained. In general such damages cannot be set-off. No interest will be allowed on unliquidated damages.