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<div type="article"><p><i>The aggregate of rules of procedure or practice. Also called adjectival law, as opposed to that body of law that the courts are established to administer (called</i> substantive law<i>), it means the rules according to which the</i> <span>[[Substantive Law|substantive law]]</span> <i>is administered, e.g., Rules of</i> <span>[[Civil Procedure|Civil Procedure]]</span>. <i>That part of the law that provides a method for enforcing or maintaining rights, or obtaining redress for their invasion. Pertains to and prescribes the practice, method, procedure, or legal machinery by which substantive law is enforced or made effective.</i></p>
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''The aggregate of rules of procedure or practice. Also called adjectival law, as opposed to that body of law that the courts are established to administer (called'' substantive law''), it means the rules according to which the'' <span>[[Substantive Law|substantive law]]</span> ''is administered, e.g., Rules of'' <span>[[Civil Procedure|Civil Procedure]]</span>. ''That part of the law that provides a method for enforcing or maintaining rights, or obtaining redress for their invasion. Pertains to and prescribes the practice, method, procedure, or legal machinery by which substantive law is enforced or made effective.''
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*[[Civil Procedure]]
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<ul><li>[[Civil Procedure]]</li></ul>
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[[Category:Civil Law]]

Latest revision as of 23:41, 11 December 2009

The aggregate of rules of procedure or practice. Also called adjectival law, as opposed to that body of law that the courts are established to administer (called substantive law), it means the rules according to which the substantive law is administered, e.g., Rules of Civil Procedure. That part of the law that provides a method for enforcing or maintaining rights, or obtaining redress for their invasion. Pertains to and prescribes the practice, method, procedure, or legal machinery by which substantive law is enforced or made effective.

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