Equitable relief definition (noun)
Equitable relief is a non-monetary court ruling that requires one party to either take or avoid taking a particular action.
Equitable relief is most often used in breach of contract cases, in which case a type of equitable relief called a rescission (the complete undoing of the contract) is used.
There are many other types of equitable relief, such as:
- Specific Performance
- Declaratory relief
- Equitable Estoppel