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TOPIC: How to bring the Adjudication to court?

How to bring the Adjudication to court? 1 year 11 months ago #690

So how can we get the courts to rule on a completed Administrative due process?

Under what title do we label this action under?

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How to bring the Adjudication to court? 1 year 11 months ago #691


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One would think that the way to bring one's process to a court is as a claim for specific performance on the process;

Within one's process, one needs to establish a contract one can stand on and that contract needs to require the respondent to perform some duty or act that they are required to do already by public policy;

Since one is going into a public forum one's claim must fit the policy...

One may style the action as a petition (complaint) for specific performance...

just some food for thought...
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How to bring the Adjudication to court? 1 year 9 months ago #709


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The admin process gets submitted as sealed evidence in chambers with a copy to the opposing party. Then a public motion is filed for summary judgment, instructing the judge to rule on the private evidence. This is discussed in the course, near the end.
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