The legal means to recover a right or to prevent or obtain redress for a wrong. (noun)
A medicine, application, or treatment that relieves or cures a disease. (noun)
To provide or serve as a remedy for. (verb)
Examples of word remedy
Perhaps the availability of this remedy is the reason those responsible for the website have taken steps to remain faceless.
As a curious nonlawyer, how come the remedy is an injuction and not a writ of mandamus?
Such a remedy is available for copyright violations, but not contract breaches.
The other remedy is an extension of the principles enunciated some time ago by Dr. Horace Britton, of Toronto, when he pointed out that the primary duties of the electorate were not merely to cast their votes but to acquaint themselves with the candidates offering themselves for election and with the issues before the people.
He goes on to say: We know what the remedy is, but we don't know how, or by whom the remedy is to be applied.