A remedy cures a legal harm.
There are three types of remedies:
Substitution remedies are a reasonable substitute, often money, that try to approximate the harm.
Specific remedies are court orders for a specific performance, like an injunction or restoring an item.
Specific remedies are equitable remedies that require showing that no adequate remedy at law exists.
Declaratory remedies declare rights. They do not rule on damages though.