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administrative authority

The individual, official, board, department, or agency established and authorized by a city, county, state, or political subdivision created by law to administer and enforce the provisions of a code.
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The constitutional council of France has reiterated, in its own case law, that the regulatory power, which may be assigned to an autonomous administrative authority, is limited to its own field of activity so that it may fulfil its mission and in no way may compete with the regulatory power granted to the Prime minister (Conseil constitutionnel, 2006).
Alteration, demolition, repair or restoration of a classified chattel or building may not be undertaken without obtaining prior authorisation from the administrative authority.
This amendment guarantees that the French bill on the graduated response which does away with the legal authority and replaces it with an administrative authority will not see the light in Europe," said MEP Guy Bono (PES, France) following the vote in the EP.
Other Administrative Authority resources include Internal Revenue Bulletins back to July 2003 and Revenue Rulings back to 1954.
For example, in our illustration the authentication authority (the portal) and the relying parties (trading application and key server) are all under the control of the same administrative authority (the investment brokerage firm).
And, the amendment recommends the HUD secretary use his administrative authority to establish a resource center for people with disabilities and their families.
More importantly, it expands the power of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to conduct investigations and audits of corporate finances, and gives that agency (in the president's words) "the administrative authority to bar dishonest directors and officers from ever again serving in positions of corporate responsibility?
In a series of rulings issued in 1999, the IRS explained that the additional requirements imposed on foreign persons are a valid exercise of administrative authority and do not conflict with underlying treaty obligations, specifically the business-profits article (i.
chairman of the subcommittee on health, wrote: "We believe CMS could and should use its administrative authority to correct errors or recognize newer and more accurate data when calculating the [sustainable growth rate].
11 terrorist attacks contained language imposing a 40% excise tax on structured-settlement transfers that have not been approved by a court or responsible administrative authority, said a spokesman for a structured-settlement association.
A multidisciplinary safety committee consisting of members who are knowledgeable in the area of falls, and that includes at least one employee with administrative authority who can facilitate policy change.
The article discusses the division of administrative authority and function between central administration and local institutions established under the provisions as well as the new distinction between politics and administration in university operations.

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