Legal Definition and Related Resources of Choice
Meaning of Choice
Synonyms of Choice
(Alternatives offered), noun
- remaining courses
- remaining options
- Associated Concepts: alternative causes of action
- counsel of one’s own choosing
- election of remedies
- splitting a cause of action
- act of judgment
- considered decision
- Associated Concepts: domicile of choice
- freedom of choice
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Definition of Choice
In relation to social issues, a meaning of choice is provided here: what someone must make when faced with two or more alternative uses for a resource, also called an economic choice.