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REMEDIAL. That which affords a remedy; as, a remedial statute, or one which is made to supply some defects or abridge some superfluities of the common law. 1 131. Com. 86. The term remedial statute is also applied to those acts which give a new remedy. Esp. Pen. Act. 1.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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This principle maintains that agents are to be held remedially responsible for situations when, and to the extent that, they have contributed to bringing those situations about.
The majority of remedially admitted students must be successfully aided by program efforts to justify the costs.
Why must it follow from society's attempt to use a racial classification remedially that prohibitions against racial discrimination, vigorously enforced, can never be effective?
If government does not enact an option with permissible effects and based on proper motives, what set of laws out of the indefinitely larger number of constitutionally optional sets should be imposed remedially?
Remedially, misuse only renders the specific action and the related
The presence of oil in wood samples is a major concern in the analysis of fluoride in remedially treated poles, because a majority of poles used in the United States have been treated with either creosote or oilborne pentachlorophenol.
The examples that follow illustrate how historically contingent are the dynamics of analogical arguments, and help to explain how a strategy once configured as racially inclusive and remedially flexible became a symbol of racial exclusion and an instrument of legal circumscription.
as remedially supplemented by the [state] statute."(117) Therefore, it is not altogether certain--and it is probably unlikely--that The Tungus stands for the proposition that state law must govern in toto when it applies.
The data from the GPPS total scale and each of the three subscales, Personal Behavior Difficulty, Social Behavior Difficulty, and Emotional Behavior Difficulty, indicated how counselors approach each area of student difficulty--whether developmentally or remedially and to what degree.
Unlike termites, which can usually be controlled by void treatments into their galleries, carpenter ants are more mobile and therefore capable of moving out of the remedially treated zone to attack other portions of the pole.