Civil case

Civil case,

Definition of Civil case:

  1. A lawsuit brought to redress a private wrong such as breach of contract, encroachment, or negligence; or to enforce civil remedies such as compensation, damages, injunction. Also called civil action, civil proceedings, or civil suit. See also tort.

How to use Civil case in a sentence?

  1. There was a civil case in our terrible experience with each other. He was suing over non criminal events that never even occurred.
  2. When a friend babysat a group of kids and her dog bit one of the kids in the face, the family took her to court in a civil case to pay for the surgeries due to the damage the dog caused.
  3. Paul vowed he would not let the breach of contract go unpunished, so first thing in the morning he stopped by the courthouse and filed a civil case against his former employee.

Meaning of Civil case & Civil case Definition