What is Substantive and Procedural Law? Substantive Law vs Procedural Law

Procedural law governs the functioning of a specific case by following the step-by-step procedure that the case follows. Conversely, Substantive law can be defined as one that consists of statutory rules passed by the legislature through a process of enactment regulating the conduct of individuals. It deals with the definitions and facts of the crime, law, wrong, etc.

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A Brief Introduction/Overview of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.

  The law is based primarily on the firm work of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, who can be called the founding father of this comprehensive law.
The Indian Evidence Act is called Act No. 1 of 1872, and called the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
Total 3 Parts, 11 Chapters and 167 Sections.
The Evidence act came into force from 1st September 1872.

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Social engineering by the Roscoe Pound || Sociological School ||

Roscoe Pound was one of the greatest leaders of the sociological school of jurisprudence. He introduced the doctrine of “social engineering” which aims to build an efficient structure of society resulting in the satisfaction of maximum wants with the minimum of friction and waste. This involved a rebalancing of competing interests.

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