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Procedural law

What is procedural law?

Procedural law is the part of the legal system that establishes the rules and procedures that must be followed when resolving legal disputes in court. These rules indicate how a case is started, how evidence is presented, how arguments from both sides are heard, and how a final decision is reached.

In summary, procedural law is like a map that guides the way to resolve conflicts before the law in a fair and organized manner.

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