Substantive law the legal status that define right

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Substantive law: “the legal status that define right and wrong,” (Spradley/McCurdy 229). Procedural law: “refers to the agreed-on ways to settle a dispute,” (Spradley/McCurdy 232). Legal levels: legal levels refers to the chain of command, such as who a dispute goes to after it is not settled at a lower level. Legal principles: “a legal principle is a broad conception of some desirable state of affairs that gives rise to many substantive and procedural rules,” (Spradley/McCurdy 234).
b. What Zapotec examples were given for each of these ideas?
Legal principles: They refer to “making” balance (Spradley/McCurdy 235) “Fault finding in a particular trouble case is not as important as balancing the demands of all parties and restoring conditions of peaceful coexistence,” (Spradley/McCurdy 235).

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