regulates many daily business activities, and violations of such regulations generally result in warnings or fines, depending on their adjudged severity.
The body of laws, rules, and regulations created by an administrative agency.
the branch of the law which deals with the actions of government vis a vis the public.
Executive orders, administrative rules and regulations, and enforcement decisions by administrative agencies and special administrative courts.
Rules and regulations created or promulgated (not to be confused with pomegranate) by governmental administrative agencies (i.e. FCC and FAA) other than courts or legislative bodies. These administrative agencies derive their power from legislative enactment and are subject to review by a court (often referred to as judicial review). These administrative agencies do all the work the legislative body should have been doing.
the body of rules and regulations and orders and decisions created by administrative agencies of government
The branch of public law dealing with the operation of various agency boards and commissions of government.
Body of rules and principles that governs operations of state administrative agencies.
the area of law dealing with governmental agencies.
Synonymous with "natural justice." Administrative law is that body of law which applies for hearings before quasi-judicial or administrative tribunals. This would include, as a minimum, the principles of natural justice as embodied in audi alteram partem and nemo judex in sua causa. Many quasi-judicial organizations or administrative tribunals supplement the rules of natural justice with their own detailed rules of procedure.
Law created by administrative agencies by way of rules, regulations, orders and decisions.
agency-made law, including regulations and quasi-judicial decisions. Also, authorizing statutes and other statutes that establish or limit agency powers.
Law that affects private parties, promulgated by governmental agencies other than courts or legislative bodies. These administrative agencies derive their power from legislative enactments and are subject to judicial review.
Rules, regulations, and interpretations of statutory law set forth by administrative agencies and commissions.
Administrative law (or regulatory law) is the body of law that arises from the activities of administrative agencies of government. Government agency action can include rulemaking, adjudication, or the enforcement of a specific regulatory agenda. Administrative law is considered a branch of public law.