Washington University Law Quarterly
This Article focuses on two potential sources of a grantee's right to some kind of hearing to review a federal agency's decision to terminate the grant relationship. The main objective is to demonstrate that the grantee has a property and/or liberty interest in the grant, which triggers procedural due process guarantees, and that the process due is notice of the possible deprivation of the grant and a pretermination hearing.
Robert S. Catz,
Due Process and Federal Grant Termination: Challenging Agency Discretion Through a Reasons Requirement,
59 Wash. U. L. Q. 1067
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