Administrative Order

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  • In public administration, the term administrative order has been defined in at least four ways. The principal definition is within the context of administrative law and has evolved to mean “an agency adjudication of particular applicability that determines the legal rights, duties, privileges, or immunities, or other legal interests of one or more specific persons.” In other words, “an order includes solely agency legal determinations that are addressed to particular, specific, identified individuals in particular circumstances. An order may be addressed to more than one person” (National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, 2007a). Another version of this “administrative order” is a written decision issued by an administrative law judge or quasi-judicial entity (Arizona Revised Statues, ARS 36–301, Definitions).

    The term, however, is also used ...

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