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 response to criticisms of the controversial administrative order, Foreign Affairs Secretary Jaime Ledda told Manila Bulletin, "The prime objective there (to raise fees) is towards the improvement of government services.
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.
In a letter from The Transplantation Society (TTS) and the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) to the Secretary of Health of the Philippines, Presidents Nicholas Tilney, MD, and Eberhard Ritz, MD, called upon the Secretary to postpone the Administrative Order.
Because of my long-standing interest, I obtained a copy of the administrative order and of an earlier city attorney's opinion (which to my knowledge had not been previously published).
This is particularly true, Scott argues, if their high modernist plans and administrative order are buttressed by two other factors: an authoritarian state able to impose the plans and a supine civil society unable to resist them.
The EPA had listed the property on the Superfund National Priorities List and had issued an Administrative Order to the property owner to perform a clean-up estimated to cost approximately $1 million.
IBM has consented, without admitting or denying any wrongdoing, to entry of an administrative order by the SEC directing that IBM cease and desist from committing or causing any violations of certain provisions of the federal securities laws and related SEC rules.
He issued the general authority to DOLE's social partners through Administrative Order No.
Local recruitment agencies deploying overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to Kuwait urged Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III to modify the Administrative Order No.
The sampling techniques used to collect the water samples were based on three guidelines under DENR Administrative Order 1990-34, or the Revised Water Usage and Classification/Water Quality Criteria; and DENR Administrative Order 2016-08, or the Water Quality Guidelines and General Affluent Standards of 2016.
As a part of his effort to create greater government efficiency and streamline services, Governor Bill Walker today signed Administrative Order 284, beginning the process of consolidating information technology (IT) functions in state government.
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