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substantive rule


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substantive rule

substantive rule

Substantive Law Determinations in International Commercial Arbitration: The Legal Rules

Harmonised Substantive Rules regarding Intermediated Securities - Two Seminars on the Unidroit Project

Harmonised Substantive Rules regarding Intermediated Securities - Paris Seminar on the UNIDROIT Project

Legal Risk and Market Efficiency. Seminar on Harmonised Substantive Rules Regarding Indirectly Held Securities, Rome, 12 November 2003 - Summary Report

UNIDROIT Convention on Substantive Rules for Intermediated Securities/Convention d’UNIDROIT sur les règles matérielles relatives aux titres intermédiés

Legal Risk And Market Efficiency: Developing Harmonised Substantive Rules regarding Indirectly Held Securities - Seminar organised by the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit), Rome (Italy), 12 November 2003.

The UNIDROIT Convention on Substantive Rules Regarding Intermediated Securities : an Introduction/La Convention d’UNIDROIT sur les règles matérielles relatives aux titres intermédiés : introduction

Sphere of Application of the UNIDROIT Convention on Substantive Rules for Intermediated Securities and Future Work by UNIDROIT on a Legislative Guide for Emerging Financial Markets

Substantive Rules Regarding Intermediated Securities And Principles and Rules Capable Of Enhancing Trading In Securities In Emerging Markets/Règles De Droit Matériel Applicables Aux Titres Intermédiés Et Principes Et Règles Visant À Améliorer Les Transactions Sur Les Marchés Financiers Émergents

Harmonising Substantive Rules for the Use of Securities Held with Intermediaries as Collateral : the Unidroit Project/L’harmonisation du droit matériel pour l’utilisation des titres détenus auprès d’intermédiaires à titre de garantie : le projet d’Unidroit

Preliminary Draft Unidroit Convention on Harmonised Substantive Rules regarding Securities Held with an Intermediary/Avant-projet de Convention d’Unidroit sur l’harmonisation des règles de droit matériel applicables aux titres détenus auprès d’un intermédiaire

Explanatory Notes to the Preliminary Draft Unidroit Convention on Harmonised Substantive Rules regarding Securities Held with an Intermediary/Notes explicatives sur l’avant-projet de Convention d’Unidroit sur l’harmonisation des règles de droit matériel applicables aux titres détenus auprès d’un intermédiaire

Final Act of the final session of the diplomatic Conference to Adopt a Convention on Substantive Rules regarding Intermediated Securities held under the auspices of the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit) in Geneva from 5 to 9 October 2009/Acte Final de la session finale de la Confé rence diplomatique pour l’adoption d’une Convention sur les règles de droit matériel applicables aux titres intermédiés, tenue sous les auspices de l’Institut international pour l’unification du droit privé (Unidroit) à Genève du 5 au 9 octobre 2009

 

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An employment rule that determines the content or ‘substance’ of the employment relationship. An example would be a rule stating that an employee in a particular job grade whose performance has been rated as ‘exceptional’ will receive a consolidated salary increase of 10 per cent. Substantive rules of this kind cover all aspects of the employment relationship, including the design and organization of work and the recruitment, development, reward, appraisal, and exit of employees. Rules may be informal and take the form of implicit understandings about what is appropriate behaviour at work; for example, it may be accepted that people leave work slightly early on Friday evenings because it is the start of the weekend. Alternatively, substantive rules may be written down in contracts of employment, collective agreements, or statutes. The National Minimum Wage is an example of a formal, substantive rule as it states that all employees aged over 21 will receive a minimum payment at a specified level. Substantive employment rules can be contrasted with procedural rules that govern the behaviour and interaction of workers, employers, and their representatives.

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