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Derogation

The partial repeal of a law, usually by a subsequent act that in some way diminishes its Original Intent or scope.

Derogation is distinguishable from abrogation, which is the total Annulment of a law.

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derogation

in the law of the EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES, exemptions to various aspects of the four freedoms, particularly the free movement of persons and the free movement of goods.

DEROGATION, civil law. The partial abrogation of a law; to derogate from a law is to enact something which is contrary to it; to abrogate a law is' to abolish it entirely. Dig. lib. 50, t. 17, 1. 102. See Abrogation.

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The derogation of colleagues, schools of thought, or styles of writing are objectionable, he admits, but scholars too easily confuse the literal and the figurative, and their concern to enforce proper discourse degrades to prissy fear.
The newly approved derogation has been approved until December 2010, or until fresh EU rules in deducting VAT for road vehicle expenditure come into force, if that happens earlier.
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Estonia has been granted a derogation from the terms of the EU directive because of the undeveloped nature of its power market.
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