court of equity

Definition of "court of equity"
  1. A court handling lawsuits where non-monetary remedies, such as injunctions, specific performance, or writs are sought
How to use "court of equity" in a sentence
  1. The court of equity intervened to stop the property demolition through an injunction.
  2. She took her case to the court of equity to force the completion of the agreed home repairs.
  3. The company appealed to the court of equity to prevent unjust competitor practices.

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