mere equity meaning

  "mere equity" in a sentence
A right affecting property that is less significant than an equitable right or a legal right; it does not affect anyone except the parties to the transaction in which it is contained. An example is the right to rectify a document.


  1. If such equitable interest is to be postponed, there must be some other reasons than being mere equity.

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