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Yes, the Quasi-legislative independent regulatory commissions have powers that are somewhat judicial.

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What was one outcome of the supreme court desicion in marbury vs Madison?

It gave the judicial branch power to use judicial review

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judicial branch

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What is TRUE of quasi-judicial independent regulatory commissions?

They have some legislative powers

Does the county commissions have only legislative powers?

No, county commissions have executive powers, may have legislative powers, and also judicial or adjudicative powers (such as holding hearings on zoning appeals).

Is the us tax court is a part of the judicial system of the us actually an independent judicial body?


Each state has its won independent judicial system?


What does the quasi-judicial independent agency have the power to do?

Rule On Conflicts

Why was Pierre Bilger arrested?

Bilger and two other former ALSTOM executives were taken into custody as part of a judicial investigation into allegations of illegal commissions

A method of judicial selection that combines a judicial nominating commission?

Judicial nominating commissions are more of a Canadian thing than an American thing. The closest thing that Americans have is the federal judicial appointment process where the President nominates a candidate, then the Senate Judiciary Committee grills them and makes a recommendation, then the candidate is chosen through a vote on the senate floor.

What is true of independent agencies?

The main purpose of independent agencies is to regulate businesses and administer governmental programs. Additionally, they have legislative, executive and judicial powers and can influence the wishes of the president, congress and the public. Independent agencies can also have greater freedom and less presidential control than most other governmental agencies. Regulatory agencies represent a compromise between government ownership of industry and all powerful private corporations. Independent agencies are created by congress and sometimes work counter to the president's wishes.

Are the judges in Great Britain appointed?

The Independent Judicial Appointments Commission has the task of selection

While the US Tax Court is a part of the judicial system of the US it is actually an independent judicial body that was created by Congress true or false?

True for Aplus

Is China's judicial branch independent of the communist party?

No aspect of China's government is entirely independent of the Communist Party. The Party is the main instrument of the state and the regime.

What was one outcome of the supreme court desicion in marbury vs Madison?

It gave the judicial branch power to use judicial review