administrative hearing


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Noun1.administrative hearing - a hearing that takes place outside the judicial process before hearing examiners who have been granted judicial authority specifically for the purpose of conducting such hearingsadministrative hearing - a hearing that takes place outside the judicial process before hearing examiners who have been granted judicial authority specifically for the purpose of conducting such hearings
hearing - (law) a proceeding (usually by a court) where evidence is taken for the purpose of determining an issue of fact and reaching a decision based on that evidence
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Tenders are invited for Administrative Hearing Officer Services the Division of Environmental Health
Yesterday Chapman returned to Teesside Crown Court for a short administrative hearing.
September 2008: Florida OIR rejects State Farm request for an administrative hearing.
But in a brief administrative hearing Mr Llwyd's solicitor, Gerallt Clwyd Jones, asked for the matter to be adjourned.
The 62-year-old, of Sullivan Walk, Hebburn, was given unconditional bail until the case returns to court on September 16 for an administrative hearing.
At an administrative hearing yesterday at Cardiff Crown Court, Judge Christopher Llewellyn Jones QC set the sentencing date for Friday, January 25.
At a pretrial review in Bridgend, a district judge said the case would be heard at Crown Court after a final administrative hearing in Bridgend on February 15.
Although criminal charges were dropped, Howard still faces an administrative hearing in which she could lose her business license.
and Theron Mills, faced an administrative hearing and possible fines of $7,500 each or more in connection with their trip.
At the administrative hearing, the IRS representative rejected the taxpayer's evidence of timely mailing of his return on the grounds the only acceptable proof was a certified or registered mail receipt.
The court found that the prisoner had no due process protected liberty interest implicated by his confinement in a punitive cell for eight hours without an administrative hearing.
The unitary business group principle bad previously been reviewed in an administrative hearing decision, Abernathy Specialties, Inc.

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