from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being redressed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Such as may be redressed.
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- adjective Alternative spelling of
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[Page 132] tion: but if it be a private wrong, it ought to be redressible by public justice.
As a result, Apotex no longer suffers a delay in entering the market under either the thirty-month stay provision or the 180-day exclusivity provision that is traceable to Merck and redressible by a court judgment
We wish to stress, however, as we did in Magnivision, that where the procedural irregularity involves an "affirmative misrepresentation of a material fact, failure to disclose material information, or submission of false material information, coupled with an intent to deceive," it may rise to the level of inequitable conduct, and is redressible under that framework.