1.If the contract is null and void,the remedy is to rescind1 and to put the parties in the position in which they were prior to the attempted agreement.
2.If the statute2 of limitations has run,the plaintiff is without redress3.
3.In pleading,a party may request alternative relief.
4.Penal4 redress requires full compensation of the injured person as an instrument for punishing the offender5.
5.The act expressly provides for injunctive relief.
6.The classic remedy for copyright infringement6 is equitable7 relief.
7.The judge deemed it sufficient to compensate8 the plaintitt, making a dquitable remedy unneccessary.
8.The lender has a remedy either in court or through repossession of the car.
9.The most common of legal remedy is damages.
10.We have to consider specific performance and other equitable remedies.
Part 27 Legislation
1.A law should be amended9 or repealed10 only by the same procedures that were used to enact11 it.
2.A legislature has many of the same poweres as a court to support a legislative12