Administrative Law: Chapter I Introduction Quiz

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Administrative law belongs to the field of public law, which includes constitutional law, criminal law, and international law. True or False?

True

There is an agreement as to the scope or bounds of administrative law. True or False?

False

The term 'administrative law' only embraces the laws that regulate or control the administrative organization and operations of the government excluding the legislative and judicial branches. True or False?

False

Public law concerns itself with the rights of the State as an entity representing the organized community and the relations of the individual members of such societarian organization to it. True or False?

True

Private law constitutes rules which regulate the relations of individuals with their government. True or False?

False

Administrative law governs the exercise of purely legislative and judicial functions.

False

Administrative law includes laws regulating public corporations, business affected with a public interest, professions, trades, and callings.

True

Administrative law concerns the powers and procedures of administrative agencies but excludes the law governing judicial review of administrative action.

False

Administrative law governs the organization, functions, and procedures of administrative agencies to which (quasi) legislative and (quasi) judicial powers are delegated.

True

The scope of administrative law encompasses only the law which fixes the administrative organization and structure of the government.

False

What is the scope of administrative law?

The scope of administrative law encompasses all the laws that regulate or control the administrative organization and operations of the government, including the legislative and judicial branches.

How does public law differ from private law?

Public law concerns itself with the rights of the State as an entity representing the organized community and the relations of the individual members of such societarian organization to it. Private law, on the other hand, regulates the relations of individuals with one another, without regard to their relation to their government.

What are the key aspects governed by administrative law?

Administrative law governs the organization, functions, and procedures of administrative agencies to which (quasi) legislative and (quasi) judicial powers are delegated.

Is there an agreement as to the scope or bounds of administrative law?

No, there is no agreement as to the scope or bounds of administrative law.

What does administrative law belong to, and what does it include?

Administrative law belongs to the field of public law, which includes constitutional law, criminal law, and international law. True.

What is administrative law in a less comprehensive sense according to the text?

It has been referred to as that part of public law which fixes the organization and determines the competence of the administrative authorities, and indicates to the individual, remedies for the violation of his rights.

According to noted authorities, how is administrative law defined in a narrower or more limited signification?

It is defined as the system of legal principles to settle the conflicting claims of executive and administrative authority on the one hand and of individual or private rights on the other.

What does administrative law encompass as broadly conceived?

It covers the law which fixes the administrative organization and structure of the government, and the law, the execution or enforcement of which is entrusted to administrative authorities.

In what sense does administrative law mean that part of the law which governs the organization, functions, and procedures of administrative agencies?

It means the part of the law which governs the organization, functions, and procedures of administrative agencies to which (quasi) legislative powers are delegated and (quasi) judicial powers are granted.

What are the two ways in which administrative law is defined by noted authorities?

It is defined as 'that branch of modern law under which the executive department of government acting in a quasi-legislative or quasijudicial capacity, interferes with the conduct of the individual for the purpose of promoting the well-being of the community,' and as 'that system of legal principles to settle the conflicting claims of executive and administrative authority on the one hand and of individual or private rights on the other.'

Test your knowledge of the concept of administrative law as discussed in Chapter I of the Text and Cases book. Explore the scope and bounds of administrative law and its relationship to public law, constitutional law, criminal law, and international law.

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