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ADMS 2610 Chapter 3: B.Law10th ppt notes Ch3

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Administrative Studies
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ADMS 2610
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 CH 3 Administrative law  Administrative tribunals ➢ Government regulation of business and professionals ➢ Regulatory control ➢ The hearing process  Types of administrative law  Appeals Process  Introduction  Administrative law ➢ Includes laws, rules, decisions, directives of boards, agencies, officials, and commissions ➢ Includes all levels of government  Administrative tribunals ➢ Agencies created by legislation to regulate activities or do specific things  Introduction  Process ➢ Statute creates the board, commission, or agency to supervise an activity ➢ Sets out broad policy guidelines for the regulation of the activity ➢ Sometimes boards can be in conflict with each other  Government Regulation  Regulation of Business and Professions ➢ Much of business activity is regulated ➢ Important that businesses are aware of such regulation ➢ Failure to comply can lead to closing of business or penalties ➢ Most professions are regulated by self governing bodies ▪ Law Societies, College of Physicians and Surgeons, etc.  Regulatory Control  Professions and Skilled Service Providers ➢ Professionals: usually a self governing body ➢ Business persons or trades: branch of a particular ministry of the government handles regulation  Policy goals ➢ Certification or entry requirements ➢ Education/training process set up ➢ Registration or licensing process  Body has the right of revocation of licenses  Hearing Process  Authority ➢ Bodies have power to deny or revoke the rights of a person to practice a profession or engage in a trade ➢ May be empowered to levy sanctions and/or penalties  Natural Justice ➢ Such powers must comply with natural justice ▪ Notice of charges against a member ▪ Opportunity to prepare
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