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equitable

1. Law relating to or valid in equity, as distinct from common law or statute law
2. Law (formerly) recognized in a court of equity only, as claims, rights, etc.
References in classic literature ?
We are not authorized to expect that a more liberal or more equitable spirit would preside over the legislations of the individual States hereafter, if unrestrained by any additional checks, than we have heretofore seen in too many instances disgracing their several codes.
Still, through all, what we feel is that we have to do with one who criticises in this fearlessly equitable manner only because he is convinced that his subject is of a real literary importance.
That, in a sentence, is the keynote of equitable rates.
But it has rarely happened that anything has been objected to me which I had myself altogether overlooked, unless it were something far removed from the subject: so that I have never met with a single critic of my opinions who did not appear to me either less rigorous or less equitable than myself.
The swineherd, who was a most equitable man, then stood up to give every one his share.
Equitable feasts were never wanting about my altar, nor the savour of burning fat, which is honour due to ourselves.
Global Banking News-November 20, 2017--AXA Equitable Life Insurance names COO
A graph G is said to be vertex equitable if there exists a vertex labeling f such that for all a and b in A, (Eq.
Recently, the IRS issued Revenue Procedure 2013-34 to provide guidance on innocent spouse equitable relief (IRB 2013-43).
Concurrent with the completion of the offerings, shares of stock of Equitable Financial Corp.
Over Au1 billion has been paid out to Equitable Life policyholders through the Equitable Life Payments Scheme.
NEARLY 80% of eligible people who bought a policy directly from Equitable Life have received compensation, with PS535m paid out so far.