concurrent remedies

concurrent remedies
Two or more actions or proceedings available to a person in obtaining redress for a wrong inflicted upon him, although not necessarily co-extensive in respect of the relief obtainable. Sinnott v Feiock, 165 NY 444, 59 NE 265.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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