adjectival law

adjectival law

the law relating to procedure; also called adjective law.
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remedies that were transplanted into Quebec's adjectival law that
of Quebec procedure makes its adjectival law a particularly interesting
increasingly being seen not merely as a subject of adjectival law, whose
The adjectival law of procedure and evidence it uses is decided to a significant extent by the judges, who are themselves of diverse backgrounds.
371) Similarly, in Germany, there is a Zivilprozessordnung for the adjectival law and a Burgerliches Gesetzbuch for German substantive law.
The importance of the procedural law is not merely historical, and in modern times the role of procedural or adjectival law is essential in any comparative analysis.
Primary rules of conduct come first and they are, in certain cases, later followed by the meta-level of secondary norms--rules on other rules, that is adjectival law as opposed to substantive law.
Then, in a second stage, adjectival law or procedural rules will develop, which grant certain people certain powers.