231 CH 6 - Appeal To Court JUDICIAL CONTROLS Ripeness...

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CHAPTER 6 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW © Stanley A. Leasure
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AGENCY CREATION Enabling Legislation Name Purpose Functions Powers
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TYPES OF AGENCIES Executive Agencies Cabinet Departments Subject To President See Exhibit 6-2 Independent Regulatory Agencies Appointed By President-Fixed Terms Removal For Cause Only See Exhibit 6-3
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AGENCY POWERS Rulemaking Adjudication Enforcement
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DELEGATION DOCTRINE Legal Authority For Delegation Of Powers To Agencies Congress Has Legislative Powers (Section 1) Necessary And Proper Clause (Section 8)
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RULEMAKING PROCESS Administrative Procedures Act Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking Federal Register Proceedings: where, when Legal Authority Terms Of Rule Comment Period Final Rule Published In Federal Register Binding Legal Effect
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INVESTIGATION Inspections Subpoena Power Search Warrants
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ADJUDICATION Negotiated Settlement Formal Complaint Settlement Contested Hearing Administrative Law Judge Hearing Procedure Agency Orders
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Unformatted text preview: Appeal To Court JUDICIAL CONTROLS Ripeness Doctrine Standing To Sue Actual Controversy Exhausted Administrative Remedies Review By Court Defer To Findings Of Fact Exceed Enabling Legislation Proper Interpretation Of Law Violate Constitution Follow Procedures Arbitrary/Capricious Substantial Evidence EXECUTIVE CONTROLS Presidents Power Of Appointment Veto Power LEGISLATIVE CONTROLS Enabling Legislation Funding Legislation Administrative Procedures Act PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY Freedom Of Information Act Government In The Sunshine Act Open Meeting Law Notice Of Meetings And Agenda Exceptions Criminal Accusations Frustrate Implementation Of Agency Actions Future Litigation and rulemaking STATE ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES Parallel Agencies Conflicts Between Parallel Agencies Judicial Review...
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