Definition of quasi–legislative
1 : having a partly legislative character by possession of the right to make rules and regulations having the force of law <a quasi–legislative agency>
2 : essentially legislative in character but not within the legislative power or function especially as constitutionally defined <quasi–legislative powers>
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Legal Definition of quasi–legislative
: of, relating to, or being an administrative act, body, or procedure that is concerned with the promulgation of rules and regulations or the adoption of laws, charters, or orders and that is based on authority derived from the legislature by statute <quasi-judicial decisions are more closely scrutinized than quasi–legislative decisions — In re Investigation of Unfair Election Practice Objections, 451 N.W.2d 49 (1990)>
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