Rule Making in North Carolina

Tuesday, January 31, 2006
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Dig into the building blocks of rule making. This book sets out the form and method for publishing a notice of rule making proceedings and a notice of text in the North Carolina Register and for filing a rule in the North Carolina Administrative Code. It also gives practical advice and a description of current rule-making processes and provides a historical perspective on the evolution of rule making. Scholars, critics, reformers, and those who directly participate in rule making can use this reference as a basis for their own theories on improving government action. Also included are discussions of legislation and various administrative regulatory mechanisms other than rule makingadjudication, permitting and licensing; enforcement; and direct provision of information, goods, and services.

Publication date: 
Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Richard B. Whisnant
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Public Officials - Courts and Judicial Administration Roles
Topics - Local and State Government