American Bar Association
The largely statutory appearance of U.S. administrative law be surprising in light of the existence of the federal A Procedure Act of 1946 (APA).1 The APA, including its a amendments, is a relatively comprehensive guide to much of law in the United States. It contains the procedures agencies to follow in both rulemaking and adjudication and provisions on the availability and scope of judicial review of agency action. As includes open meeting and open file requirements as well as negotiated rulemaking and legislative review of agency rules generally held view that federal courts should not make com should act only when and how they are statutorily authorized is understandable that administrative law takes on a strong statuary appearance.
Jack M. Beermann,
Common Law and Statute Law in Administrative Law
Administrative Law Review
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