The subject of administrative law in Tennessee remained generally static in the year in review. The supreme court held consistently to its line of decisions concerning review of administrative actions in the limited number of decided cases concerning the subject. The 1959 General Assembly of Tennessee made some sweeping revisions in the organization of several departments of government and various agencies and boards but these changes were solely for purposes of administrative efficiency and economy with no practical jurisdictional, regulatory or substantive effect.
Annual Survey of Tennessee Law,
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