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Administrative Law

BUL 3103 Placid Chapter 6

Administrative law is created by Administrative agencies, not legislatures.
Enabling Legislation Congress passes this to create an administrative agency. This Specifies the name, purposes, functions, and powers of the agency being created.
Two types of Administrative Agencies 1)Executive Agencies 2)Independent Regulatory Agencies
Executive Agencies Include the cabinet departments of the executive branch. Usually have a single administrator, director, or secretary who is appointed by the president.
Independent Regulatory Agencies Are outside the federal executive departments Ex)Federal Trade Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Legislative Rules Administrative agencies to which the constitution does not apply can make (Substantive rules)that are as legally binding as laws that Congress passes.
Delegation Doctrine Granting Congress the power to establish administrative agencies that can create rules for implementing those laws.
Adjudication The process of resolving a dispute by presenting evidence and arguments before a neutral third party decision maker.
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