Administrative Law Quiz

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What does administrative law govern?

Activities of executive branch agencies of government

What are executive branch rules generally referred to as in administrative law?

Regulations

In which century did administrative law expand greatly?

20th century

Which areas does administrative law deal with in terms of decision-making?

International trade, manufacturing, environment

What type of courts do civil law countries often have to review administrative decisions?

Specialized administrative courts

What are the three main activities that administrative law governs?

Executive branch rule making (regulations), adjudication, and enforcement of laws

What areas of government does administrative law deal with in terms of decision-making?

Such administrative units of government that are part of the executive branch in areas such as international trade, manufacturing, the environment, taxation, broadcasting, immigration, and transport

How has administrative law expanded during the 20th century?

Legislative bodies worldwide created more government agencies to regulate the social, economic and political spheres of human interaction

What is the specialty of civil law countries in terms of administrative law?

They often have specialized administrative courts that review administrative decisions

What has administrative law, in many countries of the civil law tradition, opened itself to in the last fifty years?

It has opened itself to the

Study Notes

Administrative Law Overview

  • Administrative law governs the rules and regulations created by administrative agencies of the government.

Rule Classification

  • Executive branch rules are generally referred to as "regulations" in administrative law.

Historical Development

  • Administrative law expanded greatly in the 20th century.

Decision-Making Areas

  • Administrative law deals with decision-making in areas such as adjudication, rulemaking, and enforcement.

Judicial Review

  • Civil law countries often have specialized administrative courts to review administrative decisions.

Key Activities

  • Administrative law governs three main activities: adjudication, rulemaking, and enforcement.

Government Decision-Making

  • Administrative law deals with decision-making in various areas of government, including adjudication, rulemaking, and enforcement.

20th Century Expansion

  • During the 20th century, administrative law expanded to cover a wide range of topics.

Civil Law Tradition

  • Civil law countries specialize in having specialized administrative courts to review administrative decisions.
  • In the last fifty years, administrative law in many countries of the civil law tradition has opened itself to judicial review.

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