legal redress

See: recourse
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The Constitution allows and, in fact, encourages any aggrieved citizen to seek legal redress whenever there is suspicion of transgression of the law.
The statement signed by the Bank's Acting Director in charge of Corporate Communications, Isaac Okorafor, emphasized that dealers and investors in any kind of cryptocurrency in Nigeria were not protected by law, thus may be unable to seek legal redress in event of failure of the exchangers or collapse of the business.
Extremely disappointed, feeling just like Sarah Rochira feels now, our petition which was ignored sought the introduction of:A Holistic Protective Bill of Rights including Legal Redress from life threatening evictions for all residents living in UK care homes.
But many who bought soughtafter tickets for up to PS2,000 on the resale market will have no legal redress.
To this day where and when the problem started is a mystery so I have been unable to seek legal redress as Geoffrey Lee did.
Care Quality Commission data showed private facilities can dodge legal redress as they do not employ surgeons directly.
Hence, in extreme cases, a foreign firm's local assets may be seized without legal redress.
Too often, those seeking legal redress are not adequately prepared for the outcome of a court decision, especially where those decisions are not properly executed, said Lela Metreveli, a lawyer and the Director of the Chisinau-based Human Rights Embassy.
He stated that if a legal redress is available for a party that has suffered some injury, but is not forthcoming in a timely fashion, it is effectively the same as having no redress at all.
The editorial stated that A libel case in Lanao del Norte against someone who lives in Quezon City is not legal redress, but pure retaliation.
The workshop participants exchanged views on the role of independence of election administration, participation of women in elections, as well as public awareness of the activities of the Central Election Commission and the right to legal redress.
NZNO may seek legal redress under the Employment Relations Act if the situation cannot be resolved.

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