Substantive due process guarantees that no person's fundamental constitutional rights will be infringed upon. This has to do with the way the laws are enforced and carried out. More »

Substantive law is statutory law passed by a legislature that dictates how people should behave. Procedural law ensures adherence to due process and governs how a legal case flows. These two types of law work closely tog... More »

Under the Fifth Amendment of the Constitution, procedural due process requires the government to ensure fairness in court proceedings prior to deprivation of life, liberty or property. The goal of the due process require... More »

Children's rights include safety, nutrition, education and constitutional rights such as due process and equal protection, meaning that attributes such as race, gender and disability shouldn't factor into their treatment... More »

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The due process clause states that "No American citizen shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without the due process of law." The due process clause is present in both the 5th and 14th amendments of the Bill of... More »

A quit claim deed or deed form allows for the transfer of property from one individual to another without any guarantee as to the transferring person's interest, according to Nolo. It transfers whatever interest a person... More »

Some facts about American disability rights law include the inability for employers to ask medical questions unless the employee is asking for special support, the inability to ask medical questions when interviewing a p... More »

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