03.17.2008 LPP 255 Class # 15

03.17.2008 LPP 255 Class # 15 - Administrative Law...

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Administrative Law Administrative Law is the rules, orders, and decisions of federal, state, and local government agencies established to perform a specific function. Same force and effect as when Congress enacts law
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Enabling Legislation What is enabling legislation? Laws passed by Congress that give power to agencies Can create agencies Can give power to existing agenceis Can add laws to existing agencies
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Types of Agencies Executive Independent Regulatory Agencies
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Agency Powers and the Constitution Legislative/Substantive Rules Laws passed by Congress that give power to agencies Can create agencies Can give power to existing agenceis Can add laws to existing agencies Fourth Branch of Government Procedures do not have to be followed Art.I of the US Constitution
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Administrative Process Includes three functions: Rulemaking Investigation Adjudication
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Rulemaking Formal v. Informal We are learning formal rulemaking
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This note was uploaded on 08/09/2009 for the course LAW 255 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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03.17.2008 LPP 255 Class # 15 - Administrative Law...

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