election of remedies

Definitions of "election of remedies"
  1. The action of choosing a method to correct a wrong or injury from several options
  2. The legal principle stating that a plaintiff, having picked one method to address a harm, is prevented from trying another approach that opposes the first choice
How to use "election of remedies" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer advised his client on the election of remedies to understand which option would best address the issue.
  2. Once the election of remedies is made, it can't be undone or replaced with a different course of action.
  3. The court upheld the election of remedies, restricting the plaintiff from seeking another conflicting solution.

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