Substantive rule is an administrative rule created by a government agency's exercise of delegated quasi-legislative authority. It is adopted by government agencies in accordance with the notice and comment requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act. These rules have the force of law. Substantive rule is also known as legislative rule.What are examples of substantive rights?
Substantive law is law that defines rights and duties, such as crimes and punishments, civil rights and responsibilities in civil law. An example of substantive law is the law of murder: intentionally killing another person.