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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(101) dated 20/10/1439 AH (04/07/2018) and published on 18 July 2018 specifically disapplies the GTPL from privatization contracts.
To ensure continuity in the position while a new special committee undertook its work, the Legislative Assembly adopted the Acting Information and Privacy Commissioner Continuation Act on October 5, 2017, which temporarily disapplies this last provision, otherwise the Acting Commissioner would have ceased to hold office in October as the Legislative Assembly had sat for 20 days after the date of his appointment.
The Trade Union (Wales) Act disapplies aspects of recent UK government legislation that imposes an overall support threshold of 40% on strike ballots, and makes it more difficult for lay officials to get time off for trade union duties.
The landmark ARLC Report No 20 published in 1982 makes only fleeting reference to MIA 1909, and the ICA 1984 itself excludes marine insurance other than, by virtue of an amendment, s 9A, (18) and which disapplies MIA 1909 in the case of a pleasure craft (other than cargo).
Paragraph 19(6) of Schedule 2 of the Children Act 1989 disapplies section 85 to cases where the approval of the court has been given to placement abroad under paragraph 19.
During the conveyancing stage, it would be standard practice for your solicitor to want to check the planning position in the case of a newish property, and you should ask him to let you know whether it includes a condition that disapplies permitted development.
These various stipulations will apply equally to all Member States, whether or not they proceed to monetary union, with the sole exception of the UK, whose Protocol explicitly disapplies all the relevant provisions(9) in the event that the UK opts out.