equitable relief

Definition of "equitable relief"
  1. A non-financial decision awarded by a court, typically instructing a party to act or refrain from certain actions when money cannot adequately resolve the issue
How to use "equitable relief" in a sentence
  1. After the infringement of her privacy, Jane sought equitable relief instead of financial compensation.
  2. The court granted equitable relief to the community, ordering the company to halt its pollutant discharges.
  3. Instead of monetary damages, the victim requested equitable relief, wanting the offender to cease his actions.

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