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What is Quasi-judicial functions

A quasi-judicial function is an executive function that involves the exercise of discretion (judgment). Court staff perform quasi-judicial executive functions such as managing the issuing of claims, serving court documents and deciding what would be reasonable for the defendant to pay for example, see determination.

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Term created / updated 2008-06-12 12:03:24

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