Rectification

Rectification,

Definition of Rectification:

  1. Courts action or order to alter or amend the wording or terms of an instrument (1) to correct a mistake, (2) to express the true intention of the involved parties which was not expressed in the original version, or (3) in the interest of fairness and justice.

Synonyms of Rectification

Amendment, Amends, Atonement, Balancing, Commutation, Compensation, Correction, Counteraction, Counterbalancing, Editing, Emendation, Expiation, Fixing, Indemnification, Indemnity, Lex talionis, Making right, Mending, Offsetting, Overhaul, Overhauling, Recension, Recompense, Redaction, Redress, Remedy, Repair, Repairing, Reparation, Repayment, Rescript, Rescription, Restitution, Retaliation, Revampment, Revenge, Revisal, Revise, Revised edition, Revision, Rewrite, Rewriting, Satisfaction, Substitution, Troubleshooting

How to use Rectification in a sentence?

  1. You may have to seek a rectification if you feel that what you have believed in the past is not correct.
  2. You must know that rectification cant always save you if you think that you need to find a way to change a contract.
  3. The rectification process was underway and it was almost time to leave the court for good, which made me relieved.

Meaning of Rectification & Rectification Definition