disapply

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disapply

(ˌdɪsəˈplaɪ)
vb (tr) , -lies, -lying or -lied
(Law) formal to make (a law or legal requirement) not applicable or invalid
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He wrote: "Rees-Mogg, Johnson and Gove are suggesting that the law should be disapplied to give these immensely wealthy men huge bungs.
A total of 20 complaints were withdrawn, dismissed or disapplied by the force, while one was subject of a "local resolution".
Consent under these acts automatically disapplied the requirements of sections 117-121 and 124 of the Charities Act 2011.
The CJEU emphasized "applying Community law fully," set specific requirements as to the beginning of the time to initiate proceedings and noted that a national court must also otherwise take into account that national law that is incompatible with relevant secondary law and does not lend itself to an interpretation which accords with EU law should be disapplied.
But Pakistan sought also to have the reservation disapplied on the grounds that it was obsolete, arguing in support that:
The Italian statute was disapplied rather than preempted because the European Court has no power to void a Member State law.
This has led some to suggest the FRSSE [Financial Reporting Standard for Smaller Entities] reporting regime for smaller charities is disapplied.
159) Further, in so far as some or all of those duties may be disapplied by contract or trust deed, and are so disapplied in practice by way of exemption clauses, their extension to additional classes of asset managers is likely to be even less consequential.
The rules relating to premiums are disapplied by MIA 1909, s 85 in the case of mutual insurance.
In this way, the ECJ offered an interpretation of the same principle (principle of nondiscrimination) that was very different from that provided by the Spanish Constitutional Court: although a provision is consistent with the national Constitution it has to be disapplied if it contrasts with the EU law as interpreted by the ECJ.
Therefore, such a rule is prohibited, and must be disapplied, unless it can be justified.
Even though part 211 shall be disapplied for certain drugs, the drugs shall still be subject to section 501(a)(2)(B) of the 'Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act' (FDCA).