1. Noun expression Non-urgent violations require tenants to take legal action to obtain a court order for repairs. 2. Noun phrase The theory that a lawsuit could be brought is called negligence. 3. Noun expression Emancipation for the purpose of financial assistance may require legal action. „Taking legal action.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/take%20legal%20action. Retrieved 14 January 2022. [`ˈliːgəl`] with legal effect or force. Adjective. [`ˈliːgəl`] established by or on the basis of law or official or accepted rules. Name. [`ˈækʃən`] means a legal action brought by one party against another; One party is suing another party for an injustice committed or for the protection of a right or to prevent an injustice.
Name. [`ˈækʃən`] did something (usually as opposed to something said). Name. [`ˈækʃən`] a process that exists in or is produced by nature (and not by man`s intention).