See Standing (legal interest test) Originally standing in an administrative case required only allowed parties whose legal rights had been violated had standing to seek judicial review. Parties injured by agency treatment of others lacked standing to seek judicial review. However, it was determined in Fcc v. Sanders Bros. Radio Station 309 U.S. 470 (1940) that hat the legal rights test could be overridden by statutory authority from Congress. Congress may statutorily grant a right to judicial review to any person whose interests are adversely affected. The legal rights test was abandoned for the zone of interests test.