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derogation

The declaration by a UK governmental agency or body that it is not bound by a group of regulations, with the risk that said derogation can be declared unlawful by the overseeing body.
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FARMERS are being reminded of the December deadline for Glastir capital works and to request a derogation if they are struggling to complete their works because of bad weather.
Yes, in theory the commission's operation could be impacted, depending on the argument Turkey chooses to put forth -- whether the derogation
The new regulation abolishes this derogation and requires the landing of sharks with their fins attached.
Dernierement, le reseau de protection des deniers publics a souleve cette affaire des derogations et des delits d'initie, appelant le chef du gouvernement a diligenter une enquete de ce sens.
The derogation covers agreement holders who may have an agreement that would otherwise include restrictions on carrying out supplementary feeding on stewardship land.
Examination of derogations made under article 7: Members in process of economic development
On Sunday, during an event for Morphou refugees, Anastasiades said the Greek Cypriot side would accept neither majorities of people and property, nor permanent derogations.
The derogations were conditional on Italy supplying users with adequate information on how to reduce the risks associated with the consumption of the drinking water in question and, in particular, the risks associated with the consumption of water by children.
The temporary derogation on animal burial, applied by Mr Davies last week, was due to end at midnight on Tuesday.
We will ensure that appropriate derogations are available to help our Environmental Stewardship agreement customers to deal with some of the problems that this winter's very bad weather is causing.
The European Commission is now working on practical rules - a set of guidelines - clarifying how farmers can use the term "mountain product" and what derogations would apply.
Ce qui est intriguant est que le president du conseil de la Region du Grand Casablanca, promoteur immobilier et lotisseur, a beneficie, a lui seul, de plus des deux tiers des dossiers de derogations en urbanisme.