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Speculative, when used in connection with damages or harm, refers to a claim by a plaintiff for losses that may occur in the future, but are highly improbable or impossible to estimate with any degree of accuracy. As a result, speculative damages cannot be used as a basis for recovery in tort or contract cases.

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