The American legal system was founded on the tradition of English common law, in which there were historically two different types of courts – the courts of law and the courts of equality. The courts were considered the main judicial forum for redressing injustices, including offences. Fair courts were considered the court of last resort if the appeal to the court was inadequate or unfair. In early U.S. legal systems, Chancery courts were created to provide fair remedies, but these courts were abolished in all but a few jurisdictions, and today U.S. courts can issue legal and fair remedies. At Brick Business Law, we advocate and advise in cases involving fair causes of action and just defenses. We pursue and defend just action. Please contact Brick Business Law for a free initial consultation on the fair measures or defenses available to you or your business. There are also a number of just defenses under Florida law.
Recognizing, asserting, presenting and asserting such objections can allow litigants to defend themselves and avoid liability for certain claims. Adequate remedies were provided by the Court of Chancery in England and are still available in most common law jurisdictions today.  In many jurisdictions, fair remedies and remedies have been brought together, and only one court can appeal either or both. Despite a widespread judicial merger, the distinction between fair and equitable remedies remains relevant in a number of important cases. Notably, the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution retains the right to a jury trial in civil cases over $20 for common law cases. Fair actions can be considered fair claims. The Court is essentially called upon to do justice when necessary.
There are many fair claims and defenses under Florida law in the context of commercial litigation. The Company must have received copies of the Sun Northland Purchase Agreement, the Foothill Agreement, the Bank Withdrawal Agreement, the Assignment Agreement and the Fair Agreement, as well as any agreement entered into in this regard, duly signed by all parties and certified by the Secretary of the Company as true copies, complete and accurate. Reasonable remedies for breach of contract are available if remedies do not make the non-infringing party a whole. Reasonable remedies are specific performance (an order ordering a person to deliver to the buyer the single item that the seller has ordered to sell), injunction (an injunction ordering a person not to do what it should not do) and refund (reimbursement of the benefit granted to it if the contract is not performed, by a party, B. to the extent necessary to avoid the imposition of a penalty on the injured party). The only explanation for the differences between law and justice is found in the history and politics of England from the twelfth century on, but in practice the differences are remarkable. First, juries are not used in fair cases. Second, justice is based less on precedents than on the feeling that justice should be done. Thirdly, and this is of the utmost importance, if what is requested by the non-renegade party is not money – that is, if there is no adequate remedy – justice can provide redress. In equity, a person may ask a judge to order the infringing party to deliver real property or terminate something they should not do, or to return the consideration provided by the non-infringing party to re-engage the parties with pre-reconciled status (specific enforcement, injunction or refund). .