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homologation

approval or sanction. In particular, a form of personal bar (estoppel) in Scots law. It focuses on the acts of the party seeking to escape an obligation as approbatory of the obligation. It is now of much less practical significance because a statutory equivalent has been introduced by the Requirement ofWriting (Scotland) Act 1995.

HOMOLOGATION, civil law. Approbation, confirmation by a court of justice, a judgment which orders the execution of some act; as, the approbation of an award, and ordering execution on the same. Merl. Repert. h.t.; Civil Code of Louis. Index, h.t.; Dig. 4, 8; 7 Toull. n. 224. To homologate, is to say the like, similiter dicere. 9 Mart. L. R. 324.

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As for those homologation specials, here's how it worked: If a manufacturer wanted to compete in certain races, it had to make a certain number of street versions of the car -- to prevent engineers from going nuts with their development and to retain some form of connection between what fans see on the track and what could end up in their driveway.
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An official HRT statement read: "Despite the tight deadlines and a rule change for 2012 meaning that crash tests and chassis homologation procedures must be completed before any cars can test, the team is confident that the new car will be ready for pre-season testing in February.
The two-day event is open to cars (T1, T2, T3 and Category 2WD) and bikes (450cc, quad, women and open) corresponding to the relevant FIA and FIM homologation criteria.
The organisation provides testing, homologation (certification of a product based on requirements set out by governmental bodies) and certification to ensure the safety and efficiency of electric-drive systems.
Fred Luke, the company president, said, 'Overall, the reduction of our overhead and re-direction of resources to the continued homologation of the SUV, is in line with our revised budget and timeline for final testing and delivery to the market.
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Namely, the vehicle that arrives at the border must go through the process of homologation and then it should be kept in a garage until the police establish that it is legal.
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