Substantive Law

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Substantive Law is the Law that creates, define, describe, regulate, and create legal rights and obligations. It deals with the rights and liabilities of the parties.

It is opposite to "adjective or remedial law," which prescribes method of enforcing the rights or obtaining redress for their invasion.

Examples

Related Cases / Recent Cases / Case Law

  • Maurizi v. Western Coal & Mining Co., 321 Mo. 378, 11 S.W.2d 268, 272
  • Mix v. Board of Com'rs of Nez Perce County, 18 Idaho, 695, 112 P. 215, 220, 32 L.R.A.,N.S., 534.

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