- adj. Having a resemblance to a judicial system or process
“At the risk of over-simplification – the question is this: why are triers of fact loathe to allow prior adverse quasijudicial comment to be adduced to challenge an expert during the qualification phase?”
“And in how many cases did this unqualified expert tip the balance in quasijudicial decisions?”
“In most cities, this is a quasijudicial action since any appeals would be heard by the city council, so they have to remain silent.”
“Many of the alphabet soup agencies are quasijudicial/regulatory and not particularly active in their own right.”
“And that's this quasijudicial function that I think the American prosecutor plays.”
“There was a need for, in effect, a fourth branch of government—the “administrative branch”—embodied in independent regulatory agencies that would be “quasi-legislative, quasi-executive, quasijudicial””
“I find it extraordinary that a quasijudicial effort is needed to allow more players to offer electronic financial services to their customers.”
“There was a need for, in effect, a fourth branch of government—the “administrative branch”—embodied in independent regulatory agencies that would be “quasi-legislative, quasi-executive, quasijudicial” and that would ensure the implementation of the legislation.”
“The version of that dream that Obama named "The New Foundation" in 2009 had been gestating since the 1930s creation of "independent" agencies endowed with powers "quasi-legislative and quasijudicial" to govern broad areas of national life.”
“People, get your heads together, make something happen," Mayor Bob Jones said at the end of a quasijudicial zoning hearing that was as much about Selah's future as it was about Matson's.”
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