Equitable Remedy

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Equitable Remedy

Court-ordered action that directs parties to do or not to do something; such remedies include injunctive relief and Specific Performance. Alternatively, a non-monetary remedy, such as an Injunction or specific performance, obtained when a legal remedy such as money damages cannot adequately redress the injury.

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Bluegreen intends to pursue all legal and equitable remedies available to it, including the filing of a counterclaim in the pending litigation, for wrongful termination by Bass Pro of the parties' Marketing Agreement.
812.38(1)(c), which allows the court to levy equitable remedies in garnishment actions.
The SEBI (Settlement Proceedings) Regulations, 2018 provide a more effective mechanism, the essential concomitants of a legal proceeding, without compromising on deterrence or providing equitable remedies to the affected investors.
Ancillary Equitable Remedies in SEC Enforcement Actions
Whether the bar on the unclean-hands defense extends to the equitable remedies stage has not been definitively resolved, but numerous cases have found that it does.
As a result, where specific fiduciary duties are found to exist the full range of equitable remedies may be sought by Aboriginal claimants.
They cover equity and equitable remedies, contempt, preventive injunctions, temporary injunctive relief, injunctions in context, restitution, declaratory judgments, and damages.
The DfT signed a cost recovery clause with Heathrow in 2016 in its statement of principles, which said the airport would be able to pursue "legal and equitable remedies (including cost recovery)" if the government opted for an alternative scheme or withdrew its support.
ruled that the SEC could seek equitable remedies instead of injunctive relief, "so long as such relief [was] remedial relief." (7) The court ordered Texas Gulf Sulphur to pay restitution, disgorging the profits they had obtained from their illegal activity.
If Bannon was found in violation of the non-disclosure agreement signed between him and the president during his time with the latter's campaign, Trump would be liable to seek "legal and equitable remedies, including monetary damages, to the maximum extent permitted by law."
There are a number of equitable remedies that are restitutionary, such as the constructive trust, accounting for profits and equitable lien....
In addition, an unscrupulous party can use the protection of MCL 600.2901 to evade equitable remedies for misconduct.