Davis v. Forman School

In Davis v. Forman School, 54 Conn. App. 841, 738 A.2d 697 (1999), the Court stated that "a substantive law creates, defines and regulates rights while a procedural law prescribes the methods of enforcing such rights or obtaining redress." Id. The Court went on to state that "where the amendment is not substantive . . . not directed to the right itself, but rather to the remedy, it is generally considered a distinctly procedural matter." Id., 855.