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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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The rules under which the nuclear power plant operators constitute such reserves do not derogate from the common system and do not form an exception to the benefit of certain undertakings, to the application of the generally applicable tax system.
Member States may derogate from those rules in order to determine the statutory age of retirement for the purposes of granting old-age and retirement pensions and other retirement benefits.
Article 24 of the Electricity Directive provided that Member States may derogate from some of the provisions of the new legislation, such as access to the power grid or liberalising some market segments, if their transitional regime is accepted by the European Commission, thus fully justified.
That power to derogate is limited by the need to avoid confusion between different products.
For them to agree to a third party arbiter would derogate on their claim that their jurisdiction extends to the nine-dash line,' he added.
class="10PalatinoTextDuterte told the crowd: "Nagkamali lang yung tao peroI do not have to, you know, derogate others.
"Alam mo, nagkamali lang 'yung tao pero I do not have to you know derogate others.
Article 3(4) also states that the provision of Islam as the religion of the federation does not derogate from any other provision, such as the freedom of assembly and other civil liberties of citizens.
Under the Article-4 of the ICCPR states that under times of emergency the state may derogate from its obligations under the ICCPR, but even in these instances of emergency it cannot derogate from the substantive clauses of the ICCPR which are article 6,7,8 (Paragraph 1 and 2), 11, 15, 16 and 18.