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Substantive law, 'substantive law' is that part of the law which creates, defines and regulates rights in contrast to what is called adjective or remedial law which provides the method of enforcing rights, Execu. Engineer, DMI Div v. N.C. Budhiraja, AIR 2001 SC 626 (647): (2001) 2 SCC 721.

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