BUSI 301 Connect Homework Chapter 17 Liberty University Complete Answers
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Powers within the scope of an agency’s enabling legislation include making policy through , as well as through enforcement, licensing, inspection, and adjudication. (Please use one work per blank.)
Many enabling statutes provide a process called to allow possible redress for members of the public who are impacted by the violation of agency regulations.
What types(s) of powers or functions are authorized for administrative agencies?
may be departmental, nondepartmental, or independent and have the authority to create and implement regulations.
An administrative agency’s function creates policy when its administrative law judge determines whether violations occurred.
The powers of an administrative agency may be limited by the: (Check all that apply)
The U.S. places limits on agency powers and operations.
Agency rulemaking creates or regulations that allow the agency to complete its authorized duties.
Open-meeting laws and citizen lawsuits are provided by Congress to protect the public from agency actions.
Administrative agencies are generally considered an extension of the branch of government.
Administrative agencies are found in: . (Check all that apply)
The law and regulations that govern the organization and operation of administrative agencies is known as law.
Administrative agencies exert their legislative powers through: .
An agency’s powers of are practically unreviewable by the judiciary.
When an agency has the authority to adjudicate matters under its jurisdiction within the agency, it often uses an ALJ or law judge.
The losing party in an ALJ case: .
Agencies have broad discretion as to when and whom they will prosecute. This authority is known as the agency’s .
Factors considered by a court that would indicate an agency’s actions were arbitrary and capricious would include the agency: . (Check all that apply.)
Congress passes statutes to create new agencies and give the agencies their source of authority.
Transparency of agency actions is provided by the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and by the .
How much latitude are agencies allowed in their choices of enforcement?
The public has the opportunity to on proposed rules in order to give input and suggest changes.
Agencies have powers, through which they investigate allegations of violations and recommend sanctions.
Which source of administrative law creates new agencies and gives them their authority to act?
Agencies propose that aim to achieve the objectives set forth in their enabling statutes.
Under FOIA, the government may withhold certain documents in limited circumstances, such as: . (Check all that apply)
A(n) is a administrative hearing in which the government and the private party each present evidence in a quasi-judicial setting.
If an agency took an action that was counter to the evidence the agency had at the time, a court could find that action was
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