ad hoc inquiry

ad hoc inquiry

[′ad ¦häk in′kwī·rē]
(computer science)
A single request for a piece of information, such as a report.
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In the country's best interest and at their own expense, VMRO-DPMNE decided to sign a report of the ad hoc inquiry committee drafted to SDSM's liking, Nikola Gruevski, leader of VMRO-DPMNE and Prime Minister, said at a press conference late Sunday.
(2) In a Penn Central analysis, recognized by Florida courts, (3) the takings issue "turns on situation-specific factual inquiries." (4) Within this ad hoc inquiry, the focus is in large part, although not exclusively, on the magnitude of the economic impact on the landowner.
I am telling you a I want an ad hoc inquiry committee to probe all deals.
419 (1982), should be employed, or whether the case was one for use of the ad hoc inquiry used in Penn Central Transportation Co.
Because both the Lucas "total wipeout" test and the Penn Central ad hoc inquiry depend so heavily on how much of the value of the property is affected by the challenged regulation, the federal courts have insisted that the decision-maker reach a final decision about what development will be allowed on the property before the courts are asked to hear the case.
On January 3, an ad hoc inquiry committee with experts from several institutions and several NGOs is expected to probe the deal.
Minister Naydenov stated that as early as January 2 he will issue an order to establish an ad hoc inquiry committee with experts from several institutions and several NGOs to probe the deal.
Tsvetan Tsvetanov, Interior Minister, Deputy Prime Minster and Chair of center-right ruling party GERB, has insisted that an ad hoc inquiry committee should be set up in connection with the scandal with Austrian lobbyist Peter Hochegger and Bulgaria's previous Three-Way Coalition government.