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substantive

relating to the essential legal principles administered by the courts, as opposed to practice and procedure.
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O and O Networks Limited believes the substantive claim of the plaintiff is without merit and will continue to vigorously defend all proceedings interlocutory and substantive in relation to the plaintiffs' long-standing claim,' the organisation claimed.
In 2016 Johnson filed a petition for postconviction relief arguing that Birchfield, Trahan and Thompson announced a new substantive rule of federal constitutional law that was retroactive to his convictions on collateral review.
The research team coded the conversations recorded by the EAR to determine whether they were substantive.
Mr Keorapetse had also asked about the length of time the property had been unoccupied since the termination of the tenant's lease and whether this was prudent management of resources and the reasons why the house could not be rented out or used pending the appointment of the substantive CEO at BITC.
While its treatment of substantive legal topics is quite good, Business and Commercial Litigation really carves out a niche by combining its comprehensive treatment of substantive topics with a procedural discussion.
Trial judges feel they have no choice but to strictly enforce the technical rules, regardless of the substantive merits, because they will be accused of being biased if they rule otherwise, and administrative complaints may even be filed against them.
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(4) These days, the most damning charge against substantive due process is not that it gets the history wrong or that it unduly empowers judges, both of which might be accurate, but rather that it abuses the English language, which is not.
"With substantive negotiations now at the centre of their work, Mr Akyncy and Mr Anastasiades reiterated their resolve to reach a comprehensive settlement as soon as possible," Eide said.
Ghana-based HFC bank has announced that it has named a substantive managing director.
In addition, the article discusses the approaches utilized by the courts across the various jurisdictions for determining whether a foreign prevailing party attorneys' fee statute is treated as either "procedural" or "substantive" under a choice of law analysis.
Special remission of 120 days per year for the date of sentence for female prisoners who are 65 years of age or above and have undergone at least one third (1/3rd) of their substantive sentence, expect those involved in culpable homicide and those involved in terrorist acts, as defined in the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997.