adequate remedy

Definition of "adequate remedy"
  1. A court-awarded or privately obtained resolution that completely satisfies the demands of a situation, considering it practical, efficient, and fitting under the given circumstances
How to use "adequate remedy" in a sentence
  1. After many years, the victims finally received an adequate remedy for the damages caused by the accident.
  2. The court order demanding reparations was seen as an adequate remedy for the plaintiff’s losses.
  3. The company negotiated an adequate remedy with the customers for the product malfunction.

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