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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 National Council for Combating Discrimination is another autonomous administrative authority that advocates respect for fundamental rights and freedoms, investigating and finding cases of discrimination, has imposed a series of sanctions for restricting access to public services, non-respect for human dignity, and discrimination based on disability, nationality, ethnicity, social category or race.
All of the board's norms on Custom Duty or Import Tariff, Central Excise Duty & Service Tax & formulation of policy concerning levy and various others including administrative authority for customs houses, Central Excise Commission rates and Central Revenues Control Laboratory have been specified with no compromise on the quality of the data.
Treasury Regulations, under Administrative Authority, are accessible by the same drill-down procedure as the IRC.
School administrators must be able to find a balance in distributing administrative authority in schools.
A rival firm interested in the contract, TREA Leuna, challenged the move before an administrative authority, which found the application admissible.
Hence, a bishop would be able to handle these situations using only his administrative authority.
If enacted, this change would have placed third-party independent contractors on the same footing as financial institution insiders with respect to the banking agencies' administrative authority.
Each involves a certain degree of subjectivity, and the resolution of all three depends on a detailed analysis of the facts and circumstances in light of a broad body of administrative authority and case law.
The basis for the FHFB chair's comparatively broad administrative authority is a delegation of authority, which the board passed in 1990 and 1993.
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).
Nancy Johnson (R-Conn.), 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]." Physicians in 2002 are experiencing a Medicare payment reduction of 5.4% for 2002--and anticipate a 5.7% cut for 2003.
use its administrative authority to correct errors or recognize newer and more accurate data when calculating the [sustainable, growth rate]." Physicians in 2002 are experiencing a Medicare payment reduction of 5.4% for 2002--and anticipate a 5.7% cut for 2003.

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