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Adequate Remedy
A remedy that a court deems adequate under the circumstances. The remedy may be ordered by the court or arrived at by the parties to the lawsuit.For example, a court might consider it adequate for one party to compensate the other with money (damages) or to take some other action such as tearing down a shed that crosses a property line.
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