Sources: Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
In the case of legal bigamy, however, the marriage is ascertained to be invalid only after the court's adjudication.
After China's accession to WED, some basic principles of WTO inevitably set higher demands for China's judicial reform and the neutrality of courts in adjudication.
The people's procuratorates shall be responsible for approving arrest, conducting procuratorial work (including investigation) and initiating public prosecution. The people's courts shall be responsible for adjudication.
Agencies often choose to make policy in an individual adjudication rather than in a rulemaking proceeding, and for the most part the law respects this preference.
Alternatively, the agency may not even have thought that a new policy was needed until the final stages of an adjudication, when the cost and delay of starting a new proceeding would be considerable.
An adversary decisionmaking process like formal adjudication depends upon the litigating parties to gather and present relevant evidence, and to challenge the evidence introduced by other parties.
As in Wyman-Gordon, the company argued that a significant policy change of this nature had to be made in rulemaking rather than in an individual adjudication.
Beyond those limitations, the procedures used in agency adjudications that are exempt from the APA remain within the administrator's discretion.
Article 1Where organs and their personnel which exercise the functions and powers of detection, prosecution, adjudication and administration of prison infringe upon the lawful rights and interests of a citizen, legal person or other organization when exercising their functions and powers, the organs shall responsible for fulfilling compensatory obligations.
Administrative litigation evidence is it reform new demand that produce under the background in present administrative litigation adjudication method to exchange.