Definition of RELIEF


RELIEF

practice. That assistance which a court of chancery will
lend to a party to annul a contract tinctured with fraud, or where there has
been a mistake or accident; courts of equity grant relief to all parties in
cases where they have rights, ex aequo et bono, and modify and fashion that
relief according to circumstances.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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