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Definition of "inequitable" []

  • Not equitable; unfair. (adjective)
  • Not equitable; unjust or unfair (adjective)

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Use "inequitable" in a sentence
  • "In a Lanham Act case, an unclean hands defense is available when the plaintiff engaged in inequitable conduct relating to the subject matter of its claims."
  • "This requires a showing that a plaintiff has engaged in inequitable conduct or bad faith with a material relation to the relief sought."
  • "As in inequitable distribution of moneys outrageously held by those who worked for them and ignorantly retained despite the superior claims of those who do not."