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    What is Substantive Relief that the Court can provide?

    This is an academic question.

    Looks like here is a lot of academic "law" men on this forum,

    any answers please.

    thanks

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    Your profile says you are an attorney, I would imagine that you can provide the answer forthwith.
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    DISCLAIMER The above is merely a comment in discussion form and an open public arena. It does not constitute a legal opinion or professional advice in any manner or form.

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    says the man whose website cannot be found by google.....
    “Curiousity is the discovery of satan, the devil was hidden and far, now he stares everyone in the face.” ― Michael Bassey Johnson There is evil! It's actual, like cement... I can't believe it. I can't stand it. Evil is not a view... it's an ingredient in us. In the world. Poured over us, filtering into our bodies, minds, hearts, into the pavement itself.

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    substantive remedies:

    *nullity (ie contract declared void) and restitution
    *compensation and restitutionary damages (claimed individually or jointly)
    *interim relief as in an interdict or provisional sentence


    So the above has to do with the law itself....
    Procedural remedies:

    issues such as the ability to grant pre-trial relief, procedure and form, as well as statutes of limitations are classified as “procedure”

    ie remedy to be granted - force to compel them to disclose, also if no plea is lodged default judgement, review, jurisdiction, process etc.


    *no matter how hard you learn, sometimes you have to touch up, and clear the rust*
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