Definition of "quasi-judicial"
  1. Used to describe the decisions or actions of government agencies, like the National Labor Relations Board, or procedures like arbitration, that are similar to a court proceeding but occur outside of courts
How to use "quasi-judicial" in a sentence
  1. The decision on the labor dispute by the National Labor Relations Board was seen as quasi-judicial.
  2. Arbitration, a quasi-judicial proceeding, was chosen to settle the dispute outside of court.
  3. The environmental agency's ruling on the violation was a quasi-judicial decision.

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