This section is from the book "Popular Law Library Vol7 Equity Jurisprudence, Trusts, Equity Pleading", by Albert H. Putney. Also available from Amazon: Popular Law-Dictionary.
Equity will take jurisdiction in cases of disputed boundaries where there is no adequate remedy at law.
To give equity jurisdiction, there must be such particular reason, as for example, that it was necessary to prevent a multiplicity of suits.
The term is generally but not exclusively applied to real estate.
2 Perry vs. Pratt, 31 Conn., 433.