Definition of "quasi-legislative"
  1. Pertains to an administrative action, entity, or method focused on the creation of rules and regulations or the acceptance of laws, orders, or charters, based on the power granted by a statute from the legislature
How to use "quasi-legislative" in a sentence
  1. The city planning commission performs a quasi-legislative function when it adopts the comprehensive plan.
  2. In its quasi-legislative role, the regulatory agency set forth rules for environmental standards.
  3. The board of education, operating in a quasi-legislative capacity, approved a new policy for distance learning.

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