administrative proceeding

  • 1 Administrative proceeding — An administrative proceeding is a non judicial determination of fault or guilt and may include in some cases penalties of various forms.A Captain s Mast , held by a commanding officer of a warship is one such proceeding. Various administrations… …

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  • 2 administrative proceeding — A proceeding in or before an administrative body, as distinguished from a proceeding in a Court. 1 Am J2d Adm L § 158. Any proceeding before an administrative agency which is not of such specific nature as to give it a more particular designation …

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  • 3 administrative — ad·min·i·stra·tive /əd mi nə ˌstrā tiv/ adj 1: of or relating to the performance of a function: ministerial administrative communications include...instructions that encourage a jury to continue its deliberations National Law Journal 2: of …

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  • 4 proceeding — pro·ceed·ing n 1: a particular step or series of steps in the enforcement, adjudication, or administration of rights, remedies, laws, or regulations: as a: an action, hearing, trial, or application before the court collateral proceeding: a… …

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  • 5 proceeding — In a general sense, the form and manner of conducting juridical business before a court or judicial officer. Regular and orderly progress in form of law, including all possible steps in an action from its commencement to the execution of judgment …

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  • 6 Administrative law — Administrative law …

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  • 7 proceeding — In ordinary usage, including all methods of invoking the action of courts and applicable generally to any step taken by a suitor to obtain the interposition or action of a court. 1 Am J2d Actions § 3. An action. More particularly, any application …

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  • 8 administrative collateral estoppel — Principles of this estoppel doctrine apply when agency is acting in a judicial capacity and resolves disputed issues of fact properly before it which parties have had adequate opportunity to litigate; threshold inquiry is whether earlier… …

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  • 9 administrative collateral estoppel — Principles of this estoppel doctrine apply when agency is acting in a judicial capacity and resolves disputed issues of fact properly before it which parties have had adequate opportunity to litigate; threshold inquiry is whether earlier… …

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  • 10 administrative hearing — An oral proceeding before an administrative agency consisting of argument or trial or both. Procedural rules are more relaxed at such hearings as contrasted with civil or criminal trials; e.g. rules governing admissibility of evidence are usually …

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  • 11 administrative hearing — An oral proceeding before an administrative agency consisting of argument or trial or both. Procedural rules are more relaxed at such hearings as contrasted with civil or criminal trials; e.g. rules governing admissibility of evidence are usually …

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  • 12 Interference proceeding — An interference proceeding, also known as priority contest, is an inter partes proceeding to determine the priority issues of multiple patent applications. It is a unique patent law concept of the United States. Unlike most other countries that… …

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  • 13 foreign proceeding — Under Title 11 U.S.C. Section 101: (23) The term foreign proceeding means a collective judicial or administrative proceeding in a foreign country, including an interim proceeding, under a law relating to insolvency or adjustment of debt in which… …

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  • 14 disciplinary proceeding — n. An administrative proceeding considering the suspension or expulsion from a profession of a licensed individual, as the result of a crime for which he or she was convicted, or of a disciplinary infraction such as a breach of a code of ethics.… …

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  • 15 deportation proceeding — An administrative proceeding conducted by immigration officers to determine by hearing whether or not an alien should be deported, and, if the finding is in the affirmative, to issue an order and warrant for deportation. 3 Am J2d Aliens §§ 82 et… …

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  • 16 foreign proceeding — Proceeding, whether judicial or administrative and whether or not under bankruptcy law, in a foreign country in which the debtor s domicile, residence, principal place of business, or principal assets were located at the commencement of such… …

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  • 17 foreign proceeding — Proceeding, whether judicial or administrative and whether or not under bankruptcy law, in a foreign country in which the debtor s domicile, residence, principal place of business, or principal assets were located at the commencement of such… …

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  • 18 certification proceeding — An administrative hearing before the NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD (NLRB), pursuant to the federal WAGNER ACT (29 U.S.C.A. § 151 et seq. (1935)) to determine whether a group of employees is an appropriate bargaining unit, and if so, to decide… …

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  • 19 United States administrative law — encompasses a number of statutes and cases which define the extent of the powers and responsibilities held by administrative agencies of the United States Government. The executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the U.S. federal… …

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  • 20 special proceeding — A civil remedy other than an ordinary action. Hazelton Moffit Special School District v Ward (ND) 107 NW2d 636. Inclusive of every special statutory remedy which is not in itself an action. Sullivan v Storz, 156 Neb 177, 55 NW2d 499, 34 ALR2d… …

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