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Form and substance


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Form and substance

Form and Substance

Form and Substance of Democracy Situating South Asia

Form and Substance in Contract Law

Moral Obligation: Form and Substance

Griffin on Human Rights: Form and Substance

Questions of legality and legitimacy: Form and substance in British constitutionalism

Waqf versus implied trust: a comparison of form and substance

Balancing Life on the Tenure Track: Books to Help with Substance and Form

Form before Substance: Eisenhower's Commitment to Psychological Warfare and Negotiations with the Enemy

Regulating Resort to Force: Form and Substance of the UN Charter Regime

A Novel and Rapid Validated Stability-Indicating UPLC Method of Related Substances for Dorzolamide Hydrochloride and Timolol Maleate in Ophthalmic Dosage Form

The Substance of Form: The Case Concerning the Gabčíkovo-Nagymaros Project, Environmental Law, and the Law of Treaties

Form and substance: the Cayman Islands perspective in the debate about offshore trusts. Presentation to the trusts and estates litigation forum in Provence, France, February 2008

Development and Validation of a Novel Stability-Indicating RP-HPLC Method for the Simultaneous Determination of Related Substances of Ketoprofen and Omeprazole in Combined Capsule Dosage Form

A Stability-Indicating Ultra-Performance Liquid Chromatographic Method for Estimation of Related Substances and Degradants in Paliperidone Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient and its Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms

‘Absolute discretion’ in the Singapore Court of Appeal; substance, form, and the company; Fideicomisa; FATCA, the ugly American; French trust disease arrives in Argentina; Cyprus raises its game; Jersey tries to improve its firewall, but must try harder; a Swiss dog seems unlikely to raise its leg; some interesting New Zealand trust possibilities; and Humpty-Dumpty and the split in the Supreme Court in Lehman Brothers

 

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The word ‘substance’ is a philosophical term with a long history, generally used to denote the basic feature or features of reality. Aristotle defined substance as that which possesses attributes ...

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