civil remedy

noun

  • Common law systems

Definitions of civil remedy

  • a means for private persons to enforce their rights or compensate for losses through a court or other judicial body, as distinguished from a criminal prosecution which enforces the rights of the public

    The Act provides a civil remedy and hefty damages -- ranging up to $10,000 per day per violation.

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