Remedial State Proceedings Law and Legal Definition
Remedial state proceedings refer to those judicial proceedings by which a plaintiff seeks to redress a wrong inflicted by the state.
The following is an example of a case law on remedial state proceedings:
In remedial state proceedings, the plaintiff is attempting in both state and federal courts to vindicate a wrong inflicted by the state; in coercive state proceedings, the federal plaintiff is the state court defendant, and the state proceedings were initiated to enforce a state law. [Remed Recovery Care Ctrs. v. Township of Worcester, 1998 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11818, 6-7 (D. Pa. 1998)].