Administrative Law Study Guide 2

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Administrative Law Study Guide 2 Essays 1. What are the differences between rule-making and order-making?  What are the  advantages and disadvantages of each?  When must an agency offer order-making  hearing instead of simply issuing a rule?   Rulemaking is the agency process for formulating, amending, or repealing a rule.  There are 3  types of rulemaking:  -  Formal  – trial type procedures; rarely used -   Informal - the most common type of rulemaking; made by agencies.  -  Negotiated rulemaking - different groups are invited to propose and created a rule  together.  Order-making: it is a quasi-judicial process. They can be formal or informal. The entire process  is supposed to be judicial; they find facts and apply law.  2. Discuss the procedural requirements of the informal and formal rule-making processes.
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Unformatted text preview: How might an agency avoid them? 3. Who conducts adjudications in agencies? How does the process work? What are the due process requirements in agency adjudications? What are the limitations (if any) on hearsay and privileged evidence? What has the court said about the use of illegally obtained evidence in agency proceedings? Why can some types of evidence be used in agency proceedings and not in court proceedings? 4. Discuss the relationship between courts and agencies. Where does the right to judicial review of agency decisions come from? Are there any exemptions? If so, what are they? How has this relationship between federal courts and agencies evolved over time?...
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