Difference between revisions of "Absolute quasi-judicial immunity"

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'''Absolute quasi-judicial immunity''' refers to the extension of [[absolute judicial immunity]] to quasi-judicial contexts, such as decisions by state medical boards or other regulatory agencies.
 
'''Absolute quasi-judicial immunity''' refers to the extension of [[absolute judicial immunity]] to quasi-judicial contexts, such as decisions by state medical boards or other regulatory agencies.
 
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Revision as of 05:07, 8 September 2011

Absolute quasi-judicial immunity refers to the extension of absolute judicial immunity to quasi-judicial contexts, such as decisions by state medical boards or other regulatory agencies.