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Administrative Adjudicative Decisions: Statutory Review Mechanisms

Year:
2011

Description:
In 2010, the Alberta Law Reform Institute (ALRI) considered whether to undertake a project regarding the diversity of statutory review mechanisms available in Alberta for reviewing or appealing adjudicative decisions made by administrative tribunals. These tribunals include any administrative board, commission, agency or other body, which exercises adjudicative decision-making power under provincial legislation.

Status:
Completed

Jurisdiction:
Alberta

Court:
Administrative Tribunal

Body Responsible:
Alberta Law Reform Institute

Timeline:
2011: The legal information in the tribunal inventory is current to March 31, 2011
2010: The project commenced

Publications:
Administrative Adjudicative Decisions: Statutory Review Mechanisms

Purpose:
For the purpose of its deliberations, ALRI dedicated research time to prepare a detailed inventory of such tribunals and their statutory review mechanisms.

Results:
Although the ALRI Board ultimately decided against proceeding with the project, it directed that the tribunal inventory be published on the ALRI website as a useful resource for others in this area, including legal practitioners, the judiciary, academics, government officials, tribunals and the public.

Revision History:
This summary was last reviewed in Aug 13, 2012