Texas Administrative Procedure Act Section 2001.176: Justification and Necessity for Specialized, Local Administrative Appeals Courts
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Focuses on section 2001.176 of the APA and its effect on those governed by the decisions, specific problems within the procedural process, and a few plausible and cost-efficient solutions. It provides an explanation of the persons affected, evidence of the recent growth and popularity of administrative agencies, an examination of some of the provisions in the APA, and a brief review of the relevant legislative history. Further, it gives possible explanations for the provision to provide some enlightenment on the problems, unreasonable burdens, and difficulties created by section 2001.176. It explores the Texas venue statutes to demonstrate how administrative appeals violate general venue provisions. Finally, it presents a series of possible solutions for efficient and effective Texas Administrative law.