administrative law

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Noun1.administrative law - the body of rules and regulations and orders and decisions created by administrative agencies of governmentadministrative law - the body of rules and regulations and orders and decisions created by administrative agencies of government
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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Regina Mwatha (pictured) is the acting chairperson of the Commission on Administrative Justice following the resignation of Otiende Amollo, who was elected as the Rarieda MP.
In line with this, Parliament established the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights, the National Gender and Equality Commission and the Commission on Administrative Justice.
521-1 of the Code of Administrative Justice, so that he or she suspend the execution of this decree provisionally.
The house of Nima Youshij, a deceased poet, was removed from the National Heritage List on order of the Administrative Justice Court after lingering debates over its status.
9 - Fulfilling administrative justice among all employees of the state is a human right.
At the end of the meeting, Pajno said the meeting was an occasion to review the long-standing friendly relations binding Tunisia and Italy and ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation on administrative justice.
587 million for Strengthening the Ombudsman System of Administrative Justice and upgradation/expansion of Online Complaint Management Information System (CMIS) and Rs.
Government consistently ignored the auditor-general's advice that members of the committee should not have a direct interest in the issues under examination as this contravened the basic principle of administrative justice.
The third and fourth batches of the judiciary, the first batch from the Court of Administrative Justice and the second batch of the public prosecutor graduated from the institute, totaling 78 graduates, 49 of them from the judiciary, 10 of the Administrative Justice and 19 of the Public Prosecutor.
The theme of the seminar is : Role of Ombudsman in Providing Administrative Justice in Sindh, said a statement on Thursday.
ACADEMICS have launched a report highlighting challenges and opportunities for Wales' administrative justice system.
Google can then appeal the decision and the fine with the supreme court for administrative justice, the Conseil d'Etat.

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