Ch43-TB2-WBL-10O¦êv-F to Eric

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Chapter 43 Administrative Law N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. Administrative law includes administrative rules. ANSWER: T PAGE: 870 TYPE: + 2. The president of the United States creates administrative agencies by is- suing signed executive orders. ANSWER: F PAGE: 870 TYPE: = 3. Congress creates federal administrative agencies. ANSWER: T PAGE: 870 TYPE: N 4. All federal agencies are part of the legislative branch of government. ANSWER: F PAGE: 871 TYPE: + 5. The Federal Trade Commission is an independent administrative agency. ANSWER: T PAGE: 871 TYPE: = 179
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180 TEST BANK 2—UNIT NINE: GOVERNMENT REGULATION 6. Final administrative rules do  not  have binding legal effect. ANSWER: F PAGE: 871 TYPE: N
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CHAPTER 43: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 181 7. Congress may  not  delegate its authority to administrative agencies. ANSWER: F PAGE: 872 TYPE: N 8. Administrative   agencies   may   be   empowered   to   develop   and   issue  regulations. ANSWER: T PAGE: 872 TYPE: N 9. In many ways, administrative agencies function independently of the rest  of the government. ANSWER: T PAGE: 873 TYPE: = 10. Most administrative agencies do   not   have rule-making and adjudicatory  powers. ANSWER: F PAGE: 873 TYPE: = 11. Administrative process is the administration of law by an administrative  agency. ANSWER: T PAGE: 873 TYPE: N 12. Administrative agencies must rely on the voluntary statements of third  parties to fulfill the agencies’ fact-gathering function. ANSWER: F PAGE: 876 TYPE: = 13. A subpoena  ad testificandum  is an order to an individual or organization to  hand over certain records, papers, or books. ANSWER: F PAGE: 876 TYPE: = 14. There are no limits on the information that an administrative agency can  demand as part of an investigation. ANSWER: F PAGE: 876 TYPE: = 15. An administrative agency cannot conduct a search without a warrant. ANSWER: F PAGE: 877 TYPE: =
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182 TEST BANK 2—UNIT NINE: GOVERNMENT REGULATION 16. Most administrative agencies do not have adjudicatory powers. ANSWER: F PAGE: 878 TYPE: + 17. Any party may appeal the order of an administrative law judge directly to  the United States Supreme Court. ANSWER: F PAGE: 879 TYPE: = 18. The president of the United States has the power to appoint and remove  federal officers from administrative agencies.
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