University of Miami Law Review


1980 Part Two


The Florida Administrative Procedure Act provides the vehicle through which Florida citizens can seek judicial or administrative review of the actions of administrative agencies. Before a litigant will be entitled to the benefits of these procedures, however, he must satisfy certain threshold standing requirements. This article critically examines Florida's standing doctrine in the context of the structure and purpose of the Act and the major federal decisions that have developed many of the doctrine's central principles.