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administrative law

Body of law in the form of decisions, rules, regulations, and orders created by administrative agencies under the direction of the executive branch of the government used to carry out the duties of such agencies. Regulations of nursing practice, for example, are considered administrative laws.
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Officials from the police and Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice said that the police were the sole authority responsible for all FGM cases.
Balancing the demands for retribution (what Martha Minow termed "vengeance") with the demands for restoration (what she termed "forgiveness") is therefore indispensable for making administrative justice work in times of occupation.
Article 11 (XIII) of the Law of the Federal Tribunal for Fiscal and Administrative Justice.
In contrast, indirect rule was grounded in a legal dualism, central to which was the colonial construction of administrative justice called "customary law.
The king also announced new members to the Council of Administrative Justice at the Court of Grievances with the president of the Court of Grievances as its head.
announced its subsidiary, Innophos Fosfatados, received a favorable decision from the Mexican Court of Fiscal & Administrative Justice concerning a water tax rate issue with a Mexican governmental agency.
In a ruling on 29 January 2008, the Court of Administrative Justice in Cairo endorsed arguments made in two cases concerning Baha'is who have sought to restore their full citizenship rights by asking that they be allowed to leave the religious affiliation field blank on official documents.
Veteran city lawyer Rex Makin said last night: "The current magistrates' court building on Dale Street is a blot on the administrative justice system in this city.
He retired from active duty as a sergeant in the late 80s, moving to the force's department of administrative justice, based at Leamington.
But for Murphy, who will transfer to Cal State Northridge in the fall to work on a degree in administrative justice, there has been no rush.
The Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) claims that Ghana's mining laws are designed to attract foreign investors and not to protect the rights of communities.
This is called administrative justice and it is my responsibility to take action, he said.

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