That part of the law which creates, defines and regulates rights.
That portion of the body of law that contains rights and duties and regulations of the government.
While procedural law sets the rules and methods for individuals to ensure their legal rights, substantive law creates, defines and establishes the scope of those rights.
That law which establishes rights and obligations, as distinguished from procedural law, which is concerned with rules for establishing their judicial enforcement. An easier way of looking at this is that "substantive law" is what you sue someone for or over, and procedural law is the "nuts and bolts" of how you would bring that suit.
The law dealing with rights, duties and liabilities as distinguished from adjective law, which is the law regulating procedure.
The body of law that creates, defines and regulates right. Compare with procedural law which prescribes the manner to enforce rights or obtaining redress for invasion of rights.
The statutory or written law that governs rights and obligations of those who are subject to it.
Law which creates, defines and regulates rights. Compare procedural law.
The category of law addressing the rights and duties that each person has in society.
That area of law that defines rights and duties of members of society.
Law dealing with rights, duties and liabilities, as distinguished from law that regulates procedure.