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Midterm Exam

Compensatory Remedies Designed to compensate plaintiffs for harm they have suffered; to put wronged party in their rightful position; Entitled to the fair market value of loss at the time of the loss.
Preventative Remedies Either Coercive or Declaratory
Coercive Remedies Injunction; a personal command from a court to a litigant ordering them to do or refrain from doing some specific thing
Declaratory Remedies The court is asked to declare the rights of the parties
Restitutionary Remedies Rather than looking at what P lost, looks to what D gained
Punitive Remedies Designed to punish and deter wrongdoing
Ancillary Remedies Court Costs and attorneys' fees
Substitutionary Remedies General idea is that you substitute $$ because you cannot fix what happened
Specific Remedies Example would be a plaintiff seeking an expensive necklace to be returned to them after it was wrongfully given to a person
Legal Remedies $$$ damages after wrongdoing has already occurred.
Equitable Remedies Designed to prevent wrongdoing; are court orders
Created by: stephmattox