procedural


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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
References in periodicals archive ?
Each of them needs procedural legislation in order to achieve a
jurisdictional aspect, undoubtedly amounts to a procedural form of the
Moreover, this study highlighted the importance of the procedural justice on employees' retention.
Further, the results indicated that gender and seniority did not have any effect on the employees' perceived of communication satisfaction, procedural justice and retention.
The requirement of exhaustion gave rise to the doctrine of procedural default, under which a litigant who has an opportunity to present his federal claims in state court but fails to do so in accordance with the state's procedural rules thereby forfeits his opportunity to present those claims in federal court.
Procedural adequacy doctrine emerged early in the twentieth century as a complement to substantive AISG doctrine.
Actually, the lawmaker appears to believe that the "procedural solution" will suffice to achieve the aim of shortening the duration of civil proceedings.
Large sections of the Italian procedural doctrine, actually, express suspicion towards judicial discretion, on the assumption that it cannot be controlled and reviewed and therefore its exercise may infringe on the parties' fundamental rights.
On the contrary, some of the literature emphasizes non-partisan influence in procedural rules changes (Binder 1996, 1997; Schickler and Rich 1997a, 1997b; Binder and Smith 1998; Schickler 2000; Fink 2000).
In this article, I further build on the non-partisan model of procedural rules changes by incorporating the logic of "presidentialization." I argue that presidentialization may bolster non-partisan influence on a procedural rules change.
This study focuses on the lower significant rate of etomidate-induced myoclonus for procedural sedation in a tertiary care hospital.
The proposed rule amendment enhanced reporting requirements and the exchange of information between procedural rule committees and also charged the RJAC with preparing recommendations to deal with any conflicts or inconsistencies it found and making a formal response to other committee's amendments when those amendments are considered by the Bar Board of Governors.