quasi-judicial


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quasi-judicial

adj
(Law) denoting or relating to powers and functions similar to those of a judge, such as those exercised by an arbitrator, administrative tribunal, etc

qua•si-ju•di•cial

(ˌkweɪ zaɪ dʒuˈdɪʃ əl, ˌkweɪ saɪ-, ˌkwɑ si-, -zi-)

adj.
pertaining to or exercising powers or functions that resemble those of a court or a judge: a quasi-judicial agency.
[1830–40]
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This court in Barad held that once the employee submits herself to the administrative review procedures provided by the [o]rdinance, the employee has been afforded a quasi-judicial hearing and is not entitled to a de novo hearing in [c]ircuit on the [c]laim.
The court held that the official was entitled to absolute immunity, also termed quasi-judicial immunity, for tasks that were performed within the scope of her duties.
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Court of Appeals, the judicial body which generally has the exclusive appellate jurisdiction over all final judgements, resolutions, orders or awards of quasi-judicial agencies, should take cognizance of cases from the HLURB in order to address the speedy resolution and disposition of HLURB cases," Batocabe said.
of Florence, Italy) present the results of a 2002 workshop bringing together representatives of various NGOs and specialists in public international law in order to address this question by focusing on the modalities of NGO cooperation with international government organizations and international courts and, separately, quasi-judicial bodies in the United Nations system and in the European Union.
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