inapplicability


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in·ap·pli·ca·ble

 (ĭn-ăp′lĭ-kə-bəl, ĭn′ə-plĭk′ə-)
adj.
Not applicable: rules inapplicable to day students.

in·ap′pli·ca·bil′i·ty n.
in·ap′pli·ca·bly adv.
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Noun1.inapplicability - irrelevance by virtue of being inapplicable to the matter at hand
irrelevance, irrelevancy - the lack of a relation of something to the matter at hand
applicability, pertinence, pertinency - relevance by virtue of being applicable to the matter at hand
References in classic literature ?
It is very queer, but not the less true, that people are generally quite as vain, or even more so, of their deficiencies than of their available gifts; as was Hepzibah of this native inapplicability, so to speak, of the Pyncheons to any useful purpose.
A similar wording exists in item 2 of article 5 of the Hague Rules, but they do not provide the inapplicability of the Convention where the bill of lading is the owner and charterer.
He maintains that this was a concept rooted in the country-village nexus, not in the North's burgeoning cities and factories, where (he says) the inapplicability of the free labor model was already clear.
But note that even if section 2-207 does not apply in such a case, its inapplicability will not be for the reason given by Judge Easterbrook.
The OCA also held Mislang responsible for failing to apply the principles and rules on prematurity of the petition, inapplicability of the prejudicial question and lack of jurisdiction in issuing the orders.
He added that the MP who drafted the bill, Al-Shehawy, does not understand the law or technology, and this was obvious in the sort of crimes that were included in the draft and the technical inapplicability of most of the bill's clauses.
Rare exceptions to the rule of the broad inapplicability of international norms in the Middle East have included the international special tribunal to try those accused of killing the late Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, the ICC indictment of Sudanese President Omar Hassan Bashir, and some United Nations Security Council sanctions against Iran, Iraq, Hezbollah, and select others.
Al-Quds reported that Palestinians welcomed the EU conclusion, in which it expressed its commitment to ensure that - in line with international law - all agreements between the State of Israel and the EU must unequivocally and explicitly indicate their inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.
Ashrawi added that the committeeare encouraged by the Council's decision "to ensure continued, full and effective implementation of existing EU legislation and bilateral arrangements applicable to settlements products" and to establish that any agreement with Israel must unequivocally and explicitly indicate its inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.
The statement expressed the EU's commitment to ensure that - in line with international law - all agreements between Israel and the EU "must unequivocally and explicitly indicate their inapplicability to the territories occupied by Israel in 1967.
19) Neither Simmons nor Walls discussed the inapplicability of the FDCPA to the creditors in these cases.
He further said the NCUA should not "hide behind a legal opinion regarding the supposed inapplicability of the APA, and disclose the OTR methodology without invoking an attorney-client or work-product privilege.