Quasi-Judicial Function

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An authority is said to be exercising Quasi-Judicial Function when:

  • it is empowered under a statute to do any act
  • the act will affect the civil rights of a citizen
  • whether the act is done in the context of resolving a dispute between two citizens, or whether the dispute is between a citizen and the authority itself
  • the authority is required to act judicially and in accordance with rules of natural justice

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