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What is the most common form of Equitable Relief?
Injunction
True or False. A seller under contract for the sale of real estate would be able to appear at a court of equity?
False, for the seller a judgment of money damages would be sufficient. Only a purchaser could come to a court of equity for a decree of specific performance.
What is the Doctrine of Laches?
an undefined statute of limitations
What is the "Equitable Clean up Doctrine?"
a
What are 3 situations in which a court of equity will not get involved?
a
What is the most common form of Equitable Relief?
Injunction
What is the "Clean Hands" doctrine?
a
What are the 6 forms of Equitable Relief?
a
True or False. A seller under contract for the sale of real estate would be able to appear at a court of equity?
False, for the seller a judgment of money damages would be sufficient. Only a purchaser could come to a court of equity for a decree of specific performance.
What is the Doctrine of Laches?
an undefined statute of limitations