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equitable principle


Definitions of equitable principle

  • a basic rule developed from suits in equity (=common law legal principles applied to achieve fairness where the strict rules of law would be too severe or unkind) that treats everyone in a fair and equal way

    "The bill would reduce judicial reliance on equitable principles, which can be uncertain in their application to a modern market."

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