disapply

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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Following a General Meeting of the Company, which was held today, the Board is pleased to announce that both of the resolutions put to shareholders were passed on a show of hands, giving the Directors authority to allot Shares and disapply pre-emption rights in respect of the issue of such Shares.
The club lost an attempt to disapply pre-emptive rights for the second year running.
The letter stated that a new national veto over EU laws would "enable Parliament to disapply EU legislation, where it is in our vital national interests to do so".
She told the Gazette: "I have no doubt that if the imminent consultation gets public support for these moves, courts would disapply limitation law in cases like Hoare's.
Then, EU "law does not require a national court to disapply its internal rules of procedure to review and reopen a final judicial decision if that decision (is) contrary to EU law.
Although it may be possible in such circumstances for the buyer to make an application to the Land Registry to disapply the restriction due to the fact that the management company has been struck off, there is no guarantee that the Land Registry would proceed on this basis, although if the company has been dissolved for over 20 years, it may agree that the restriction is defunct and should be cancelled.
The authorization also includes the right to make decisions to disapply the current shareholders' preferential rights, and that payment may be made in cash, cash-in-kind or in the form of offsetting.
Resolution 12: To disapply pre-emption rights on the reissue of ordinary shares from treasury.
It is my view that excluding youngsters from higher education, starving public services more generally of necessary resources, poses a far bigger threat to the United Kingdom than the idea that a foreign power with nuclear weaponry would uniquely threaten to use them against us without the rest of Nato and be able to somehow disapply Nato's founding terms.
The offering of Ordinary Shares will require the approval of the shareholders of COLT, including a special resolution to disapply shareholders' statutory pre-emption rights.
The Board proposes to be authorized to disapply the shareholders' pre-emptive rights to the Company's shares.
DUBLIN, Ireland, March 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Tuskar Resources plc, the Dublin-based oil and gas exploration and production company, has issued a notice to shareholders convening an Extraordinary General Meeting for April 14, 1997, at which resolutions will be put to provide the Directors with the authority to allot shares, including the authority to disapply pre-emption rights in respect of allotments for cash of up to 10% of the existing issued ordinary share capital.