Since the last report on developments in Virginia's law of administrative procedure, both her General Assembly and her courts have been busy making new law. This year's General Assembly revamped the Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA"), and made adjustments to laws regulating the periods in which agencies must decide certain types oflicensing cases and promulgate certain procedural regulations. Meanwhile, the courts of the Commonwealth were active in the field, addressing open questions concerning the following subjects: rulemaking, due process, evidence, timeliness, and judicial review.
Charles Bonner, John P. Jones & Henry M. Kohnlein,
Annual Survey of Virginia Law: Administrative Procedure,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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