Administrative Acts

Administrative Acts

Whatever actions are necessary to carry out the intent of statutes; those acts required by legislative policy as it is expressed in laws enacted by the legislature.

If a city commission votes to create the position of park superintendent, that is a legislative act that can take effect only if the commission follows all the steps required for formal legislation. When the same commission votes to rezone a parcel of real property from single-family residential to business uses, however, that is an administrative act that does not require the same formality as legislation. It is administrative because it is carrying out the Zoning laws already in effect.

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in general, and without prejudice to the particularities indicated in the technical specifications, the contract includes the performance of as many tasks of support, execution and technical assistance as necessary, without in any case contemplating the production of administrative acts or those that imply exercise of authority.
As Tesda head, she said, the Ombudsman had administrative authority over Villanueva 'but only for administrative acts or omissions he may have committed as Tesda Director General.
Recent jurisprudence demonstrated, in many occasions, that normative administrative acts issued by the holders of single-person position bodies, are illegal, because they are issued by abuse of power, mainly by expanding the boundaries of competence required by law, and also by breaking the rights and freedoms of citizens.
The ombudsman's office is responsible for examining and investigating all manner of administrative acts, actions, attitudes and behavior in terms of respect for human rights and freedoms, conformity with the law and fairness and appropriateness within the framework of the character of the Republic of Turkey as enshrined in its Constitution.
Put simply, administrative acts are binding or constraining edicts that come, not through law, but through other mechanisms or pathways.
For instance, the traditional rule stating that it is possible to contest before the administrative court unilateral administrative acts, prevents to challenge a data transfer between different administrations.
My recommendation is make sure that political intentions are translated into administrative acts.
Zhekova informed that the ban would remain in force until the completion of the procedures required under the Environmental Protection Act and the Biodiversity Act and the entry into force of the administrative acts issued on the basis of the assessments.
We can expect such administrative acts to be attacked, suspended or eliminated by court in the future, as well.
The following variables were analyzed from this information: start and termination date, administrative acts, research location, nature of the applicant (university, research center, private entity) purpose of the project, species to be studied, and whether the authorization was conditioned by the access to genetic resources.
In the absence of any enabling legislation, the courts have maintained that their role in the judicial review of administrative acts is supervisory rather than appellate--they are concerned with the legality of agency decisions, not their merits.
In other terms, administrative acts attached to the political public policy tend to prohibit certain types of contracts or clauses (considered to be abusive) (18), while the public measures took by the specialized authorities (such as the National Authority for Consumer Protection, through its local departments) related to the economical public policy are imposed in order to organize the economic relations between the professionals of services and commerce and the profane parties, thus being more concerned with imperative, prohibitive norms.

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