administrative order


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administrative order

(ăd-mi-nĭ-strā′tiv)
A ruling by the executive or judicial branch of government compelling an action to prevent the spread of disease or to reduce an imminent public health hazard.
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In a footnote, the court said mediators certified before the August 1 effective date of the new rules and administrative order do not have to meet the point system's requirements as long as they maintain the other requirements of their certification.
It cannot be extended by administrative orders to persons who are not eligible.
Aquino's administrative order has selected the budget and finance departments and the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) to oversee the implementation of the controversial administrative order.
DEP conducted a final follow-up inspection at the property on March 8 and concluded that all conditions of the administrative order were met.
The Bihar Zoo Authority has approached the State Government to issue strict directives to VIPs ith Z-plus security to follow the administrative orders and not to enter zoo with weapons.
Lawyer Hamdi Al Shiwi said the order taken by the court director clashes with federal laws, and that an administrative order cannot run against a higher law.
The FSA may decide not to issue administrative orders depending on the banks' responses, the sources said.
A Philippine plan calling for an Administrative Order that would sanction foreign patients to go to Manila to receive a kidney transplant from a live donor recruited from the country's poor population is being fiercely challenged by the international transplant community.
Then, it was reported about June 1 that the city manager had issued an administrative order providing that he would continue to exercise significant supervision and control over the new police auditor's office.
The Filipino Congress is preparing an impeachment case against Arroyo, even though she announced a "truth commission" that is to be created by administrative order (INQ7.
Not only did the show present an idealized view of art as a silver bullet, but there was a corresponding misrecognition of the installation's own point of reference: When presented in a museum, a focus on administrative order and legalistic structure risks revealing first and foremost the art institution's own banal bureaucracy.
Under terms of the proposed court order, the Starrs must pay a $400,000 civil penalty to DEP for failing to remove stockpiled tires from their property as required by an administrative order the DEP issued Jan.
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