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Equitableness
Equitableness Eq"ui*ta*ble*ness, n. The quality of being equitable, just, or impartial; as, the equitableness of a judge, a decision, or distribution of property.
Inequitable
Inequitable In*eq"ui*ta*ble, a. Not equitable; not just. --Burke.
Unequitable
Unequitable Un*eq"ui*ta*ble, a. Inequitable.

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- Equitable Holdings (formerly The Equitable Life ****urance Society of the United States and AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company, and also known as The...
- An equitable interest is an "interest held by virtue of an equitable title (a title that indicates a beneficial interest in property and that gives the...
- also recognize a slightly anomalous form of security interest called an "equitable lien" which arises in certain rare instances. Despite their differences...
- Equitable Bank is a Canadian bank which primarily provides residential and commercial real estate lending services, as well as personal banking through...
- An equitable right is a legal right guaranteed by equity as opposed to a legal right which derives authority from a legal source. An example of an equitable...
- The Equitable Building is an office skys****er located at 120 Broadway between Pine and Cedar Streets in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan in...
- The Equitable Life ****urance Society (Equitable Life), founded in 1762, is a life insurance company in the United Kingdom. The world's oldest mutual insurer...
- first person is precluded from ****erting a specific claim. Estoppel is an equitable doctrine. Accordingly, any person wishing to ****ert an estoppel must normally...
- Equitable remedies are judicial remedies developed by courts of equity from about the time of Henry VIII to provide more flexible responses to changing...
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