Administrative authority definition

Administrative authority means the state or local official responsible for the administration and enforcement of this act.
Administrative authority means the elected or appointed official or board having jurisdiction over a function or activity.
Administrative authority means the local school district superintendent, a principal or a person authorized by either to act officially in a matter involving school discipline or the maintenance of order. The term may include school security officers, but only to the extent of their authority as established under written local school board policies.

Examples of Administrative authority in a sentence

  • Administrative authority is given to the cabinet consisting of the Prime Minister, deputy Prime Minister, cabinet ministers, and chairperson of the national committee.


More Definitions of Administrative authority

Administrative authority means the superintendent, principal or a person acting under the authority of such superintendent or principal.
Administrative authority means the Board, a committee designated by the Board, the Chairman of the Board, or the Chairman's delegates authorized to administer outstanding awards under this Program, establish requirements and procedures for the operation of the Program, and to exercise other powers assigned to the administrative authority under this Program.
Administrative authority means the department and the local board of health as authorized by Iowa Code section 455B.172 and Iowa Code chapter 137.
Administrative authority means local or state health department representative or local codes administrator/fire marshal, state fire marshal or his/her representative.
Administrative authority means one of the following, as appropriate in accordance with Section III: the Board; any committee to which the Board delegates authority to administer this Program; or, in individual cases, the Chairman of the Board or persons acting under his direction.