If you have been wronged and decide to seek legal action, you are likely expecting some sort of outcome in your favor to compensate you for the wrong. In legal terms, this is called a remedy. Legal remedies typically only apply in situation where the wrong is based on civil law, as opposed to criminal law. Once a court has decided that the defendant is in fact at fault, then part of their punishment will be the remedy owed to the plaintiff.
In civil law, the type of remedy provided varies greatly by the case type. However, there are generally … Read More