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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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His comment is seen as response to Akinci who said last week that permanent derogations from the acquis should be viewed as a "natural right" of Turkish Cypriots instead of a restriction to the rights of Greek Cypriots or other EU nationals.
Belgium and Estonia were late but have not asked for a derogation, while Bulgaria has notified the continued use of the band for public security and defence purposes.
The minister also extended the derogation to allow the on-farm burial of fallen stock to April 23.
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.
A Heinz spokesman said its manufacturing and sterilisation processes met the derogations and so it could export products, including Farley's Infant Milks.
Special report and examination concerning derogations made under article 7
Mr Davies said: "I am monitoring the position on lorry drivers' hours, and will seek further derogations if these are needed to keep supplies of feed and other farm inputs moving.
On dirait qu'il s'agit d'un projet a caractere social, declenchant la creation d'emplois, comme le prevoit la circulaire regissant les derogations en matiere d'urbanisme.
AS another cold snap hits the region, Natural England is reminding farmers in Environmental Stewardship schemes that derogations are available to help cope with the extreme weather conditions.
According to the existing EU legislation, member states are allowed to use derogations and authorise the taking of specimens of those species subject to strict protection, provided that there is no satisfactory alternative and the derogation is not detrimental to the maintenance of the population of the species concerned at a favourable conservation status in their natural range.
From next January all lambs will need two identifiers, one of which must be electronic, before they are moved off the holding of birth, subject to derogations.