Friday, September 9, 2011


A business attorney can obtain three types of relief through litigation: equitable, legal, and declaratory.  Equitable remedies, such as an injunction preventing a particular action, or an order requiring someone to perform a particular act (including transferring possession or title to property).  Legal remedies, or remedies "at law," are money damages.  Declaratory relief is an adjudication by the court of a party's rights, such as an interpretation of a contract.  

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