Quasi judicial

Quasi judicial,

Definition of Quasi judicial:

  1. Authority or discretion vested in a public officer whose acts or duties partake of a judicial character.

How to use Quasi judicial in a sentence?

  1. The quasi judicial official was visiting our manufacturing plant so we operated on our best behavior to impress the official.
  2. Having waived the right to litigate, John Consumer found himself and the fate of his credit standing completely in the hands of the quasi judicial board.
  3. I did not like the quasi judicial power this officer of the law yielded because it made them behave arrogantly and rudely.

Meaning of Quasi judicial & Quasi judicial Definition