Quimbee logo
DMCA.com Protection Status

Bennett Test

Bennett Test

Definition

A test for determining if, for purposes of the Administrative Procedure Act, a federal agency's action is final and therefore judicially reviewable. The test is derived from Bennett v. Spear, 520 U.S. 154 (1997), and defines a final agency action as one that: (1) marks the consummation of an agency's decision-making process, and (2) determines rights or obligations from which legal consequences flow.

Get full access FREE

With a 7-Day free trial membership
Here's why 583,000 law students have relied on our key terms:
  • A complete online legal dictionary of law terms and legal definitions
  • Over 6,600 key terms written in plain English to help you not only understand the law but master it
  • The premier online law dictionary built specifically for law students
  • Easy access in class or on the go, accessible both online and through the Quimbee mobile app
  • Reliable - written by legal professors and practitioners
  • Get instant access to all related rules of law to any specific key term with a Quimbee Study Aid plan

Get full access FREE

With a 7-Day free trial membership