Drill and Galvin, “Guidelines for Quasi-Judicial Bodies”

December 5th, 2019 | Posted by admin in Articles and Decisions

Planning Boards when hearing a development application and/or when conducting a hearing on a master plan adoption or amendment are acting in a “quasi-judicial” capacity.  (While the master plan itself is a legislative document, the hearing on adoption or amendment of the master plan is subject to the same requirements as are hearings on development applications pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-10a so the Planning Board acts in a “quasi-judicial capacity in conducting the hearing.)  Zoning Boards of Adjustment (with the exception of preparation and adoption of the annual report) always act in a “quasi-judicial” capacity.

For the full article click here: Guidelines for Quasi-Judicial Bodies

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