Property Damages

Property Damages means any claim for damage to property or for economic loss caused by the condition of a road or infrastructure but does not include any damage or loss arising out of personal injury or death.

Note: The term "damages" is a legal term relating to compensation being awarded in response to a legal claim being upheld, usually as a result of legal proceedings.


Property damage would include a windscreen cracked by a loose stone or damage to a tyre caused by a pothole but would not include damage to a vehicle caused by an unsecured temporary barrier.

External Links & References

  1. Victorian Road Management Act 2004 (Section 110)
  2. Wikipedia
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