It is the view of Ball that the concerns raised in the SO allow the parties to develop the appropriate and adequate remedy
package to bring about the successful clearance by the EU's competition authority of this proposed acquisition.
Justice Noor ul Haq N Qureshi observed that petitioner itself was not a tax payer as he did not filed his National Tax Number (NTN) and nor he obtained adequate remedy
by going to an alternate forum so the objection that petitioner had no right of locus standi sustained.
The Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division found that: "The record before us does not support plaintiff's claim that it would suffer irreparable harm for which there is no adequate remedy
However, the judge said while there had been a breach of the regulations, damages would be an adequate remedy
and allowed the contract award to proceed.
248) After discussing the caselaw, which demonstrated that equity would not enjoin a tax unless there was no adequate remedy
at law, the Court said:
Until they do, the public at large - and the journalists who work for these companies - remain at risk from unethical and unlawful newspaper conduct, without adequate remedy
Mr Justice Paul Gilligan said he was satisfied the balance of convenience favoured the issuing of the order and damages in this matter would not be an adequate remedy
Judge Posner (sitting as a district court judge) noted that in order to obtain an injunction, a litigant had to show that damages are not an adequate remedy
11th Circuit Court of Appeals, the Florida Supreme Court held that the absolute privilege applied and that the trial court's contempt and other powers were an adequate remedy
The French minister plenipotentiary lodged a formal protest with the Continental Congress and threatened to leave the country unless the government provided an adequate remedy
In determining whether mandamus should issue, the courts are required to determine whether the party making the request has an adequate remedy
section] 704, for final agency action when "there is no other adequate remedy