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Chapter 5 Administrative Law
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Chapter 5: BL3305 2 Powers of Agencies  1. Ministerial—Routine duties demanded by  the statutes.  2. Discretionary Powers—These powers  require decision making powers to carryout  the duties. 3. Investigative Powers—Hearings following  statutes that created. Includes examining  documents and hearing witnesses.
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Chapter 5: BL3305 3 Powers of Agencies 1. Subpoena Power—Agencies may  subpoena if investigation is connected  to legitimate purpose, inquiry is  relevant, and information is not  already possessed by agency. 
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Chapter 5: BL3305 4 Operation of Administrative Agencies  1. Rulemaking —Often rules spelled out  for agency in statute that created  them.  If not, the Administrative  Procedure Act is followed.  It provides  for informal and formal rule making.   Once rules made, applicable to all  parties.  Informal Rulemaking Formal Rulemaking
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