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legal remedy UK US noun [C] LAW
a way of using the legal system to make sure that someone's rights are not taken away from them: »

We will pursue all legal remedies available to enforce our rights.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • inconvenience of legal remedy — Vexatious irritation, annoyance, or embarrassment consequent on a recourse to a court of law. Cook v Carpenter, 212 Pa 165, 61 A 799 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • perversion of legal remedy — Abuse of process; malicious prosecution; false arrest; false imprisonment …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • remedy — rem‧e‧dy [ˈremdi] noun remedies PLURALFORM [countable] a way of dealing with a problem: • The company will vigorously pursue all legal remedies against anyone interfering with its rights. • a structural remedy for poor productivity and quality… …   Financial and business terms

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  • remedy — n. 1) to resort to a remedy 2) to prescribe a remedy 3) (legal) to pursue a (legal) remedy 4) (legal) to exhaust all (legal) remedies 5) a certain, reliable, sure; effective, efficacious remedy 6) a cold; cough remedy 7) a folk; homeopathic… …   Combinatory dictionary

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