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A Supreme Court Justice once began a lecture on administrative law with this apt observation: "Administrative law is not for sissies--so you should lean back, clutch the sides of your chairs, and steel yourselves for a pretty dull lecture."(1) I. INTRODUCTION Today we address an issue---judicial review of administrative action--that, dull or not, continues to grab the attention of the courts and commentators. The debate, for reasons I shall discuss, is especially important to the environmental law practitioner, in whose field many battles over the appropriate scope of judicial review are being fought. The broad topic ...
-Distinguish Express and Implied Powers, Ministerial and Discretionary Powers, Mandatory and Permissive Duties and Powers. -Presumption of Regularity Sanders vs. Veridiano II, 162 SCRA 88 (1988) Blue Bar Coconut Phil. vs. Tantuico, 163 SCRA 716 (1988) -Government not estopped by mistakes of agents / Government not bound by errors of public officers. United States of America vs. Reyes, 219 SCRA 192 -Powers of Administrative Bodies. 1. Quasi-legislative or rule-making power; 2. Quasi-judicial or adjudicatory power; and 3. Determinative powers -Quasi-legislative power. -Kinds of ... Read More
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