Word Meaning Take Legal Action

Adjective. [`ˈliːgəl`] with legal effect or force. “Taking legal action.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/take%20legal%20action. Retrieved 14 January 2022. 1. Noun expression Non-urgent violations require tenants to take legal action to obtain a court order for repairs. 2. Noun phrase The theory that a lawsuit could be brought is called negligence. 3. Noun phrase Emancipation for financial support purposes may require legal action. We hope the following list of synonyms for the word Take Legal Action helps you finish your crossword puzzle today. We`ve organized synonyms by length to make them easier to find. Name.

[`ˈækʃən`] means a legal action brought by one party against another; One party is suing another party for an injustice committed or for the protection of a right or to prevent an injustice. Name. [`ˈækʃən`] a process that exists in or is produced by nature (and not by man`s intention). Adjective. [`ˈliːgəl`] established by or on the basis of law or official or accepted rules. Name. [`ˈækʃən`] did something (usually as opposed to something said).

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