Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
"To get performance on a contract, you have to show there are no remedies at law," Roberts said.
Slavery matters often went to chancery, because there were no remedies at law.
Whereas, the "inadequacy" of a remedy at law leads a lawyer usually to seek equitable relief from the court.
Therefore, as a general rule, where the fair market value can readily be assessed, with certain carved exceptions, the remedy at law is damages (or money).
Finally, there was no proof that appellants would have had an adequate remedy at law if the railroads had denied equal facilities to appellants.
The mere fact that a party may have remedies at law, whether in contract or tort, does not exclude the possibility that fiduciary obligations may also be imposed.
The possibility of cover will prevent a party from being able to sue for specific performance, which is an equitable remedy that requires the buyer have no adequate remedy at law.
Section fourteen preserve the right to trial by jury, in both civil (for those with remedies at law; juries for equitable remedies require a special process) and criminal cases.
If the value of the house had instead depreciated to $80,000, the plaintiff could demand a remedy at law (money damages equal to the amount stolen) instead of an equitable remedy.
Despairing finally of remedies at law for the murders of their citizens the Spartans resolved to go to war without the usual heraldic notification or any other warning to the Messenians.
If he is successful in seeking a remedy at law, he is entitled to the value of the property at the time of breach regardless of whether it has appreciated or depreciated.
An adequate remedy or adequate remedy at law is a legal remedy (either court-ordered or negotiated between the litigants) which the court deems satisfactory, without recourse to an equitable remedy.
However, in general, a litigant cannot obtain equitable relief unless there is "no adequate remedy at law"; that is, a court will not grant an injunction unless monetary damages are an insufficient remedy for the injury in question.
The seller appreciates the clear specification of his liability for defects under the contract, and the buyer should be willing to trade his somewhat uncertain remedies at law for the ease and certainty of remedy provided by the guarantee.
It was formerly the doctrine of equity in cases of alleged trespass on land not to restrain the use and enjoyment of the premises by the defendant when the title was in dispute, but to leave the complaining party to his remedy at law.
According to the CNIL, action under the HADOPI law does not exclude separate prosecution under the French code of Intellectual Property, particularly its articles L331-1 or L335-2, or limit a claimant's other remedies at law.
The government attorneys instead focused upon equitable principles, arguing that the court should not even reach the question of the legality of the President's action because the companies had failed to demonstrate that they would be irreparably harmed by the seizure and that they had no adequate remedy at law.
As such, there was no duress as the plaintiffs had substantial time, prior to agreeing to the modification, to seek redress in a court of law for their claims under the original contract and that therefore the remedies at law were not inadequate as to invoke the doctrine of duress.
Judge Barely Refers to TV In her decision, Judge Conlon barely mentioned television, but of division rivalries, she said, "The prospective loss of decades-old rivalries against Eastern Division teams constitutes sufficient evidence of irreparable harm for which there is no adequate remedy at law."