What is quasi-judicial activity?

Quasi-judicial activity occurs when the governing body acts like a judge or tribunal in determining how a general rule or regulation should apply to an individual, small group or interest. Actions related to land use (i.e., zoning, plats, the Comprehensive Plan, subdivisions, etc.) and licenses (daycare, solicitors, alcohol, etc.) are usually quasi-judicial in nature.

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1. What is quasi-judicial activity?
2. What rules apply with quasi-judicial matters?
3. Who can participate during the meeting?