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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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The administrative agencies should pursue signing cooperation documents with Indian Ocean littoral states, Jahangiri added.
Going before administrative agencies, there may be predilections to be tenant-protective.
Despite this appeal, the debate over public interest standing at agencies is not about what works but rather about maintaining the institutional roles of courts, legislatures and administrative agencies.
In this endeavor they were aided by an enthusiastic Congress, perfectly happy to reassert control over administrative agencies that constituted more and more of the federal government.
Proponents of broad legislation enforced through litigation versus those who prefer regulation by administrative agencies vigorously debate the efficacy of each approach.
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.
he Ministry of Culture told cultural administrative agencies around China to strengthen online supervision in a written notice.
The government adopted a policy on Tuesday to ban retired national civil servants from taking jobs at independent administrative agencies and quasi-governmental corporations in principle.
Reviewing policies and procedures of administrative agencies under FOIA
Widlak represents management in all aspects of labor relations and employment related litigation in both state and federal courts, as well as before administrative agencies.
The court observed that if it were to allow all plaintiffs in administrative appeals to do so based solely on a speculative accusation of"possible disparate" enforcement by administrative agencies, such a result would place the burden on administrative agencies to research all of their prior decisions for plaintiffs in administrative appeals in an attempt to locate any past inconsistent decisions.
The administrative agencies blame the government for failure to provide sufficient scientific instrumentation and manpower needs,'' stated the letter, dated Jan.

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