substantial justice

Definition of "substantial justice"
  1. Refers to justice that is comprehensive and adequate enough in order to fulfill a fairness standard
How to use "substantial justice" in a sentence
  1. The court is committed to ensuring substantial justice in each case that comes before it.
  2. The lack of substantial justice in the arbitration process led to a decision being overturned.
  3. Substantial justice is often a core principle evaluated during a legal review.

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