Remedy definition

Remedy means any remedial right to which an aggrieved party is entitled with or without resort to a tribunal.
Remedy means any remedial right to which an aggrieved party
Remedy means any action, response or expenditure consistent with the purposes of the Act, or any regulations or guidance developed pursuant thereto to identify, minimize or eliminate any imminent threat posed by any hazardous substances to public health or welfare or the environment including preparation of any plans, conducting of any studies and any investigative, oversight of remedy or monitoring activities with respect to any release or imminent threat of release of a hazardous substance and any health assessments, risk assessments, health effect studies or natural resource damage assessments conducted in order to determine the risk or potential risk to public health or welfare or the environment.

Examples of Remedy in a sentence

  • The updates are designed to reflect the global nature of the Revised Remedy.

  • Control 2’s initial development budget will be 50 million Euro being a typical AAA-game production, and Remedy will retain the ownership of the game’s intellectual property.

  • See also T Thomas ‘Ubi Jus, Ibi Remedium: The Fundamental Right to a Remedy Under Due Process’ (2004) 41 San Diego LR 1633; J Jeffries ‘The Right-Remedy Gap in Constitutional Law’ (1999) Yale Law Journal 87, 87 (‘Ever since John Marshall insisted that for every violation of a right, there must be a remedy, [Marbury v Madison 5 US 137, 163] American constitutionalists have decried the right-remedy gap in constitutional law.

  • Remedying injustice or hardship is a key feature of the Ombudsman’s Principles for Remedy suggesting that where there has been maladministration or poor service, the public body restores the complainant to the position they would have been in had the maladministration or poor service not occurred.

  • Goldman & Steven Puro, Revocation of Police Officer Certification: A Viable Remedy for PoliceMisconduct?, 45 St. Louis Univ.


More Definitions of Remedy

Remedy means any remedial right to which an aggrieved party is entitled with or
Remedy or "remedial action" means any action or expenditure
Remedy means corrective action sought by or afforded to a party.
Remedy means whichever of the following actions the warrantor elects:
Remedy means any remedial right to which an
Remedy means the actions or tasks, detailed in the column headed [Remedial Period/Remedy] in the Performance Standards, required to remedy a Service Event relating to a Performance Standard and "Remedied" shall be construed accordingly;