How to use Derogations in a sentence

derogations
  • But if it is a question of derogating from the common law, the authority of the Holy See must intervene to legalize these derogations.

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  • In the case of the former, the local law is chiefly founded on the concordat, including the derogations and privileges resulting from it.

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  • However, this option is only available where the applicant has first sought to apply all other derogations listed in the Act.

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  • However, Article 15 provides certain derogations where permanent resident status can be acquired prior to the four year period.

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  • Any general power which is formulated will, therefore, be subject to certain specific derogations required by EC law.

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  • For example, there are derogations covering ' unforeseeable circumstances and accidents ' and ' foreseeable surges of activity ' .

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  • For example, there are derogations covering ' unforeseeable circumstances and accidents ' and ' foreseeable surges of activity '.

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