Definition for RE-ME'DI-AL

RE-ME'DI-AL, a. [L. remedialis.]

Affording a remedy; intended for a remedy, or for the removal of an evil. The remedial part of law is so necessary a consequence of the declaratory and directory, hat laws without it must be very vague and imperfect. Statutes are declaratory or remedial. – Blackstone.

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