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1. His adjudication was later found to be faulty.
2. The adjudication will be published tomorrow.
3. Mr. Scott All such cases are assessed by adjudication officers.
4. Adjudication officers are employees in the relevant Department but exercise independent judgment on claims in making decisions within their province.
5. Robson's text, which focused mainly on administrative adjudication, was complemented by the work of Willis on delegated legislation.
6. The adjudication officer is then asked to respond and the claimant is given an opportunity to comment on those responses.
7. Decision making is split between adjudication officers and officers known as Secretary of State's representatives.
8. By its very nature,[sentencedict.com] adjudication entails crucial decisions about the allocation of values and meanings for a society.
9. Has 144 to audit the seat the adjudication division very full.
10. The case was referred to a higher court for adjudication.
11. There is not a lot of case law for the adjudication officers to base their decisions on.
12. It would be unwise to allow even the possibility of criticism on a matter as important as adjudication.
13. But there was no change in the system of adjudication; national assistance tribunals simply became SBATs.
14. They can be changed only by agreement or by the adjudication of a lawful authority such as an international court.
15. Many political systems have constituted judicial structures whose primary role is, or at least appears to be,(sentencedict.com) adjudication.
16. In short, while most judiciaries exercise some discretion in adjudication, the existence of a truly independent judiciary is a rarity.
17. Nor was he under a duty to appoint a sufficient number of adjudication officers to handle applications within a statutory period.
18. However, in appropriate cases an apology should be added to an adjudication.
19. No neat distinction between legal doctrine and political principle can be sustained at this level of adjudication.
20. Meanwhile, the International Court of Justice and other international tribunals are frequently asked for an adjudication or advisory opinion.
21. Most judicial systems also have subsystems that are responsible for different aspects of adjudication.
22. There may well be situations when the procedures modelled on adjudication are not the most effective or appropriate.
23. There are three principal functions of tribunals and enquiries: adjudication, regulation and advice.
24. A general concept of procedural fairness could therefore lead the courts into using and developing procedural forms other than classical adjudication.
25. The courts construed this broadly to include the documents which initiated the proceedings, the pleadings and the adjudication.
26. Of course, these features of a society will themselves be influenced by its dominant style of adjudication.
27. By their nature such inquiries do not fit one of the requisites of classical adjudication, which has been termed strong responsiveness.
28. The familiar Bankruptcy Act 1914 has gone, and concepts such as acts of bankruptcy, adjudication and the receiving order will disappear.
29. As commentators have argued, the rulemaking process can be more efficient than case-by-case adjudication, because it can resolve a multiplicity of issues in a single proceeding .
30. Disputes shall be adjudicated by a DAB in accordance with Sub-Clause 20.4 (Obtaining Dispute Adjudication Board's Decision).
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