Redressible


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Re`dress´i`ble


a.1.Such as may be redressed.
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Whereas the former were merely required to show that they were prejudiced or "aggrieved" by the decision, as discussed below, the latter were required to demonstrate that they had a legal interest at stake, "redressible in an action for damages." (48) As noted at the outset, the non-status parents in the kinds of cases under consideration in this paper will usually seek to quash a decision on the basis that the immigration authorities erred in applying the relevant law.
1990) (defining "damnum absque injuria" as "[l]oss, hurt, or harm without injury in the legal sense; that is, without such breach of duty as is redressible by a legal action").
Although petitioners claimed that their designation as enemy combatants caused the countries to which they were transferred to restrict their travel, the Gul panel did not find this to be an injury redressible by the court, because the restrictions were imposed by the foreign governments rather than the United States.