re·me·di·al /ri-'mē-dē-əl/ adj
1 a: intended as or providing a remedy
b: concerned with the correction, removal, or abatement of an evil, defect, or disease
remedial treatment of an inmate to improve behavior
a workers' compensation claimant who received remedial attention from a doctor
a remedial statute correcting the previous law
2: of, relating to, or being a law enacted for the purpose of providing a method of enforcing an already existing substantive right: procedural

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

I adjective alleviating, alleviative, alterative, amendatory, analeptic, anodyne, antidotal, assuasive, balmy, beneficial, benign, bracing, calmative, cleansing, compensatory, corrective, counteracting, curative, curing, easing, emollient, healing, health-giving, healthful, invigorating, lenitive, medical, medicative, medicinal, palliative, prophylactic, purifying, recuperative, reformative, reparative, reparatory, restitutive, restorative, revivifying, roborant, salubrious, salutaris, salutary, salutiferous, sanative, sanatory, sanitary, soothing, stimulating, strengthening, therapeutic, tonic, wholesome associated concepts: remedial act, remedial laws II index curative, medicinal, progressive (advocating change), salubrious, salutary

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

Intended to cure or to act as a remedy.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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