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direct applicability

the doctrine in the law of the European Union that states that a measure that has this character does not require to be implemented in a member state. Not only that, but the domestic authorities cannot interfere with its applicability as by passing local legislation. This doctrine is thus part and parcel of the notion of the supremacy of Community law over national law. The most common instance is the REGULATION. Direct applicability should be distinguished from DIRECT EFFECT.
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The Government allocates 20,000 euros to the 2018 grants of Andorran subjects to promote and stimulate the realization of research or transfer projects that are the object of study Andorra and / or that have a direct applicability to the country.
Claycomb begins by reviewing mathematical methods on physics that have direct applicability to problems students encounter in physics courses at the undergraduate and beginning graduate level.
Foster says there are three triggers for direct applicability. "The first is whether the company has any 'establishment' in the EU, which is basically a permanent means of doing business there, like a branch office, subsidiary, or even a person permanently on the ground there." The second is that any company without such establishment can still be under GDPR jurisdiction if it monitors data from EU customers, including holding data from EU citizens via back-end processing activities.
In terms of legal and regulatory aspects governing the SPV, the direct applicability of common law ensures a high level of legal certainty and provides comfort to foreign investors coming from a common law background.
Piperea, Gheorghe (2009), "The judicial precedent and the direct applicability in the domestic law of the European regulations," Journal of legal notes and studies, available at https://www.juridice.ro/39452/precedentul-judiciar-si-aplicabilitatea-directa-in-dreptul-intern-a-reglementarilor-comunitare-europene.html
The ability to measure a wide range of spray impact pressure and distribution patterns has direct applicability across a variety of industry application areas including the design and manufacture of industrial spray nozzles, showerheads, automotive windshield wiper fluid dispensers, paint or polyurethane spray guns, pepper spray dispensers and other medical devices used in healthcare.
Given the widespread debate over this issue and its direct applicability to the book, its omission is unfortunate.
We are fortunate to have a responsive community who takes pride in reviewing a wide range of papers even when the papers do not always have direct applicability to gas turbine products.
Therefore, it has direct applicability to any and all cloud migrations.
The author's contributions across the spectrum of airpower application inform his choice of thoughts and remarks for inclusion in this book, giving them direct applicability to today's war fighter--whether as essential background reading for the development of briefings and white papers or as primary reference material for the formulation of strategic plans.
AYVF chief executive Lisa LaBonte said, "As we move into year two of our Nasa internships, all of the mission work undertaken by our UAE interns at Nasa will have direct applicability to research and development occurring in the UAE."
The findings have direct applicability to chain drug retailers' ongoing efforts to harness communications technology to enhance and expand their business.

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