Administrative Agency


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Administrative Agency

The government organization responsible for enforcing a body of laws. For example, the Internal Revenue Service is the administrative agency for U.S. tax law. It is also called a government agency.
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As noted earlier, an administrative agency does not have to be entirely consistent as it moves from one decision to the next.
dissenting, reasoning that insurer's obligation to settle claims is not limited by restrictions on duty to defend formal litigation or lack of coverage for administrative agency orders of paymen t).
A single maritime administrative agency with this mandate will effectively and efficiently regulate these matters," said Manalo.
From this point of view, JCR will watch discussions at Study Group on the Urban Renaissance Agency, Independent Administrative Agency, organised in the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and arrangements and reviews by the Government Revitalisation Unit on the institutional issues on the independent administrative agencies for the purpose of drastic review of such agencies.
Thus, when faced with a quasi-judicial decision rendered by a local administrative agency, the first and obvious question should be whether judicial review by appeal is provided by general law for that local agency.
A Customs Service tariff ruling is an informal rulemaking by an administrative agency (in this case, the Customs Service).
Incorporated Administrative Agency (Japan) and National Agriculture and Bio-Oriented Research Organization (Japan) have patented a gene encoding a protein capable of controlling salt stress tolerance is provided.
The bonds will be guaranteed by the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and covered by an insurance system of Nippon Export and Investment Insurance, an independent administrative agency.
And Walt Disney World and its administrative agency just settled a multimillion-dollar sexual harassment lawsuit filed by three female firefighters.
of Yonkers, attorneys that represent owners, said as an administrative agency, DHCR has the authority to levy fines and penalties and reduce them to a money judgement.
NRDC, where the Court held that "when the statute is silent or ambiguous with respect to the specific issues," the sole issue for the court is whether the administrative agency adopted a "permissible construction of the statute.
Third, we need a separate administrative agency that is not involved in tax revenues and has administrative responsibilities only, to coordinate and set policy.

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