intermediate administrative appeal


intermediate administrative appeal
An appeal from an administrative order to an officer on an intermediate level, a subsequent appeal to the head of lands of one's neighbor. Eaton v Boston, Concord the department or agency being available. 2 Am J2d Admin L § 540.

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