Due Process and Local Administrative Hearings Regulating Public Nuisances: Analysis and Reform (Comment)

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Due Process and Local Administrative Hearings Regulating Public Nuisances: Analysis and Reform (Comment)

Description

Due process is a cornerstone of American law, and although its meaning is not always clear, it requires that every person—regardless of race, wealth, national heritage, ethnicity, or other classification—be given notice and a meaningful opportunity to be heard. At issue in this Comment are due process rights required for hearings before Texas building and standards commissions.

Creator

Alex Cameron

Publisher

St. Mary's Law Journal, St. Mary's University School of Law

Contributor

St. Mary's University School of Law

Rights

Copyright to author Alex Cameron

Relation

St. Mary's Law Journal

Format

RFC3778

Language

English, en-US

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Text

Identifier

Cameron_Comment.pdf

Files

Cameron_Comment.pdf

Citation

Alex Cameron, “Due Process and Local Administrative Hearings Regulating Public Nuisances: Analysis and Reform (Comment),” St. Mary's Law Digital Repository, accessed June 25, 2017, http://lawspace.stmarytx.edu/item/Cameron_Comment.pdf.

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