INADEQUATE REMEDY AT LAW

INADEQUATE REMEDY AT LAW

inadequate remedy at law. A remedy (such as money damages) that does not sufficiently correct the wrong, as a result of which an injunction may be available to the disadvantaged party. See IRREPARABLE-INJURY RULE. [Cases: Injunction 17, 138.

9. C.J.S. Injunctions ¡ì¡ì 30¨C31.]


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