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Civil law-process

The process that delineate private rights and remedies, and govern disputes between  individuals (including companies) such as  contracts, property and family law, disputes over business contracts or debts.  It uphold the rights of individuals.  Civil cases are generally settled when one party pays compensation or takes some other suitable action, such as correcting their business practice.  Civil cases have to be proven on a balance of probabilities, meaning that the most likely version of events is true.  The state plays no role in civil cases.


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