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procedural

adjective adjective, directive, methodical, operative, relating to method, relating to the mechanics of a lawsuit, relative to the manner of prooeeding, systematic
Associated concepts: procedural defect, procedural due process, procedural law, procedural matter, procedural question, procedural right, procedural rule of law, proceeural statute
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Keating, ruled that Section 2 of the FAA applied substantively in both federal and state courts and Sections 3 and 4 did not apply procedurally in state court.
A NEW report into the use of controversial stop and search powers says they are often "ineffective in tackling crime and procedurally incorrect".
The Contractor shall provide the contracting authority once a year free service specialist tools, lasting at least three years from the date of transmission procedurally subject of the contracting authority.
Save Our Surgery (SOS), which is trying to stop the closure of the heart unit at Leeds General Infirmary, argued the consultation process leading up to the changes was "unfair and procedurally flawed".
Devizes MP Mrs Perry admits she was procedurally unfair, but claims she had no choice as Mrs Nurick would have been unable to replace a senior adviser who resigned.
Lord Justice Kay said: "To subject Mr Johnston to the handbook disciplinary procedure, minus the requirements of oral, written and final warnings, was procedurally unfair, even if the concern was to save him from additional stress.
The Scottish Football Association procedurally cannot complete the international transfer clearance (ITC), as it has to be signed by all parties.
In its decrees, the Congregation for the Clergy ruled Lennon had erred procedurally and substantively when suppressing the parishes, beginning in March 2009.
Kodak can't use the urgency of its bankruptcy reorganisation to "ramrod through a procedurally flawed and substantively meritless motion," Apple said earlier in court papers.
1) The actual-innocence doctrine, which provides petitioners the ability to obtain review of procedurally defaulted claims, permits limited access to the writ in circumstances where a petitioner can produce new reliable evidence demonstrating probable innocence.
The process had been procedurally unfair, and the parents' appeal against the care and placement order would be granted.
Another reason physicians still advocate PCI is "the existing fee-for-service model of physician and hospital reimbursement, which clearly encourages a model that is procedurally driven and one that provides differentially enhanced financial rewards to perform more, not less, revascularization, " he said.