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    incurred by or incurred to

    The tenant will compensate all damage incurred by X
    The tenant will compensate all damage incurred to X

    Which is correct, and is there any context in which "incurred to" might be correct?

    Many thanks in advance

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    Re: incurred by or incurred to

    I would only use incurred by.


    I am not a lawyer, but the sentence does not read very naturally to me.

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