The role of corrective decisions in Cade’s punitive administrative proceedings

May 17, 2021


To correct means to clean up, to purge, to organize, to correct, among other things. In procedural terms, to correct means to fix “eventual flaws and to better direct the course of an action.” Corrective decisions play an extremely important role when it comes to administrative and judicial proceedings, as they tend to avoid time and wastefulness of resources, and most importantly, they grant all parties legal certainty.

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