Administrative Procedure Act

Definition of "Administrative Procedure Act"
  1. A federal law that dictates the processes for interacting with governmental agencies for applications, claims, hearings, and appeals; many states have similar laws for their own agencies
How to use "Administrative Procedure Act" in a sentence
  1. Under the Administrative Procedure Act, the regulations for filing a claim were clearly outlined.
  2. His appeal was processed according to the dictates of the Administrative Procedure Act.
  3. Many states have their own versions of the Administrative Procedure Act to handle local government agency matters.

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