According to Szypszak (2012) “the law should not be encrypted, nor require a lawyer to decipher. Legal research is not locating a definitive answer to a simple question; productive research is dependent upon “good sense” that a formal rule might exist” (pg. 307). Denoted in Szypszak (2012) an approach many researchers utilize to interpret the language of the U.S. Constitution and the U.S. legal system in order to explain the principles and process of constitutional, regulatory, and administrative laws at the federal and state levels is using the “case” approach. The methodology of research for this paper is using technology and information resources for researching …show more content…
This policy is intended to complement the current public review processes prescribed by sections 4(b)(4)(6) and 10(a)(2)(B) of the Act and associated regulations in title 50 of the Code of Federal Regulations. 5. Your state’s administrative regulations specifying the licensure process for real estate agents.
The Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) is an executive branch agency under the Secretary of Commerce and Trade that oversees 17 policy boards. DPOR issues professional credentials (licenses, certificates or registrations). The goal is to ensure the minimum competency necessary to practice without harming the public, not to enhance professional stature or limit competition by keeping newcomers out. Policy boards determine the minimum standards necessary to enter a profession, and qualify applicants based on a combination of education, experience and examination (Department of professional and occupational regulation, n.d.).
6. The local ordinance in your municipality governing noise.
According to Virginia Beach, Virginia, Code of Ordinances (Ord. No. 3082, 5-12-09; Ord. No. 3180, 5-24-11) “the City council hereby finds and declares that excessive