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Recoupment (2)


i. Occurs when an insurance company has paid the benefits to a hospital and then takes back the money when they have determined that those benefits should not have been given.

ii. The recovery of a loss by subsequent gain.

iii. The right of a defendant in a lawsuit to demand deduction from the amount awarded to plaintiff (party bringing the suit) a sum due to the defendant from the plaintiff in the transaction which was the subject of the lawsuit.

See perfect recoupment (1).

See perfect specificity.

See perfect recovery (3).

See perfect right (2).

See perfect good (6).

See perfect law (2).

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