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substantive

adjective actual, appreciable, basic, concrete, considerable, constituent, elemental, essential, existent, existing, fundamental, important, independent, main, material, not subordinate, objective, palpable, primary, principal, real, requisite, separate, solid, tangible, underlying, vital
Associated concepts: substantive law, substantive right, subbtantive statute of limitations
See also: actual, appreciable, basic, cardinal, concrete, corporeal, de facto, necessary, organic, physical, ponderable, solid, sound, substantial, tangible, virtual

substantive

relating to the essential legal principles administered by the courts, as opposed to practice and procedure.
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The leaders are now immersed in substantive negotiations.
Total remission has also been allowed to juvenile convicts (under 18 years of age) who have served 1/3rd of their substantive sentence except those involved in culpable homicide, terrorist act, rape, robbery, dacoity, kidnapping/abduction and anti-state activities.
If numerous parties hold removal rights, that fact is not determinative; the more parties required to exercise removal rights, the less likely the rights would be deemed substantive.
to obtain relevant and reliable audit evidence when using substantive analytical procedures and
arduous substantive law-making process and deliver similar results.
But thatAEs the planned next step, when he will ask people to increase the number of substantive conversations they have each day and cut back on small talk, and vice versa.
The Labour Group never had a substantive motion but had put a debate forward in an attempt to protect the greenbelt land in and surrounding our city.
Latitude South will enable savings of up to 50% on substantive legal support services including professional support and know-how services, the design of standard form agreements, the drafting of bespoke documents, and peer review.
Today, as I continue to work as a malpractice expert in fraud cases, I am more convinced than ever that a substantive testing reemphasis would be a good thing.
28) "However, if the facts and circumstances indicate that the discretion to reduce or eliminate the compensation is available or exercisable only upon a condition, or the discretion to reduce or eliminate the compensation lacks substantive significance, a service provider will be considered to have a legally binding right to the compensation.
Frick's evidence derives from substantive archival searches and from diaristic accounts of the period.
The panel recommended that auditors should be required to possess a "far deeper understanding" of the client's business, risks and controls, in addition to designing and performing substantive tests to detect fraud.