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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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To see administrative justice as a justice system we have to move away from the view that only courts dispense justice.
Justice is the foundation of administrative justice, so the legitimacy of the latter derives from the former.
As such, administrative justice system reform has given particular attention to appointment and reappointment processes for members, as well as other considerations related to tribunal independence and ethical obligations.
On 29 January 2008, the Court of Administrative Justice in Cairo upheld arguments made in two cases concerning Baha'is who had sought to restore their full citizenship rights by asking that they be allowed to leave the religious affiliation field blank on official documents.
For each period and state, the volume analyzes the major concepts of public law and their transformations, including sovereignty, the state, the statute, the separation of powers, the public interest and administrative justice. The book costs $114.
This article notes the history of the concept in Australia, how it is used, and examines which bodies should be subject to administrative justice. The most vexed issue, however, is how to assess whether administrative justice has been achieved.
The group also presented its Liberty Bell Award to a non-lawyer, Sheila Larkin, administrative assistant to three judges: the presiding justice of Fitchburg District Court, Andrew Mandel; the regional administrative justice for the court system's District 5, Judge Paul F.
He retired from active duty as a sergeant in the late 1980s and went to work in the police department of administrative justice, based at Leamington.
Chief justices should be able to be reelected; the court should consider extending the chief justice's term to improve continuity; .and the court should consider using an administrative justice to help handle court matters.
This is because customary justice was really administrative justice. It couldn't be otherwise in a situation where judicial and administrative authority was fused in the same person.
a pre-contractual injunction may be exercised until the contract is signed in accordance with the provisions of Articles L.551-1 and R.551-1 to R.551-6 of the Code of Administrative Justice,
(TAP) - First president of the administrative court Abdessalem Mehdi Grissiaa announced, Wednesday in Tunis, the launch of a Tunisian-Italian twinning project to support the reform of administrative justice in Tunisia.

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