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equitable remedy


definition of equitable remedy:

an award, usually other than money, granted by a court in the interest of justice, An equitable remedy is intended to satisfy an injured party when no legal remedy is available. Compare EQUITABLE REMEDY to LEGAL REMEDY, a remedy provided for by law.

equitable remedy, as it might be used:

The court considered the facts and circumstances of the case before granting the equitable remedy to the plaintiff.
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