36. Quasi judicial.
a. "When a statute requires notice and hearing as to the possible
effect of a zoning law upon property rights the action becomes quasi judicial
in character, and the statutory notice and hearing then becomes (sic) necessary
in order to satisfy the requirments of due process and may not be dispensed with."
Forman v. Eagle Thrifty Drugs & Markets, 89
Nev. 533, 539, 516 P.2d 1234 (1973). No. 16.