Administrative Law - Legal Environment - Lecture Notes, Study notes for Law. Jaypee University of Engineering & Technology


Description: This lecture is from Legal Environment. Key important points are: Administrative Law, Necessary, Executive, Independent, Enabling Legislation, Administrative Agency Powers, Three Major Powers, Agency, Legislative Rules, Interpretative Rules
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Study Slides, Administrative Law Slide One

Study Slides, Administrative Law Slide One What is “Administrative Law? Why is it necessary? What does it mean if we classify an administrative agency as: “Executive” “Independent” Explain enabling legislation: What is the APA?

Study Slides, Administrative Law Slide Two Administrative Agency Powers List the three major powers of an administrative agency: Define Legislative Rules Interpretative Rules How are Rules Made?

Study Slides, Administrative Law Slide Three Explain the following Investigative tools used by Administrative Agencies: Subpoena Subpoena duces tecum *Search Warrant Explain the power of an administrative law agency to adjudicate a rule dispute: What is an ALJ? *Explain the authority of a legislative body to delegate its power

Study Slides, Administrative Law Slide Four *Contrast the “Separation of Powers” doctrine with the powers granted to an administrative agency *Explain how this is Constitutional: Explain the limits on agency power, and where they come from:

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