In its judgment on December 11, 2015, the Supreme Court held that since the purpose of damages recovery is to compensate for the loss incurred, the aim is to return the subject matter of damages to the condition before the incident, and any after-the-incident changes in circumstances should be taken into account.  Therefore, where an item is damaged, the owner of such item not only may seek to have the item repaired or to  claim recovery of repair costs so as to return the condition of the item to its original physical state, but the owner may also claim damages for the lost market value of the item after the repair.