Making a Quasi-Judicial Decision

Making a Quasi-Judicial Decision

This module reviews how local government boards make quasi-judicial decisions as part of their land development regulations. The concepts discussed include: the two key parts of a quasi-judicial decision – determining facts and applying standards, the requirement for impartial decision-makers, use of conditions on approvals, the role of prior decisions in setting precedents, the mechanics of making a decision, and requirements for the decision document.

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You may also be interested in the following other Land Use Modules:

Conducting an Evidentiary Hearing

Variance Standards

Special Use Permits

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