Derogation

Derogation is the partial revocation of a law, as opposed to abrogation or the total abolition of a law. The term is used in both civil law and common law. It is sometimes used, loosely, to mean abrogation, as in the legal maxim: Lex posterior derogat priori, i.e. a subsequent law imparts the abolition of a previous one. Derogation differs from di...
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Derogation

• (n.) An alteration of, or subtraction from, a contract for a sale of stocks. • (n.) The act of derogating, partly repealing, or lessening in value; disparagement; detraction; depreciation; -- followed by of, from, or to.
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derogation

noun (law) the partial taking away of the effectiveness of a law; a partial repeal or abolition of a law; `any derogation of the common law is to be strictly construed`
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Derogation

Der`o·ga'tion noun [ Latin derogatio : confer French dérogation .] 1. The act of derogating, partly repealing, or lessening in value; disparagement; detraction; depreciation; -- followed by of , from , or to . « I hope it is no derogation to ...
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derogation

a communication that belittles somebody or something
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Derogation

A special 'licence' to remain outside the strict application of a Directive or Regulation provided that certain criteria have been met (i.e. the matter is covered by a current collective agreement).
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Derogation

As used in the trade literature, this seems to mean a departure from the established rules, as when a country's policies are said to constitute a derogation from the GATT.
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Derogation

The partial abrogation of a law. To derogate from a law is to enact something which is contrary to it, while to abrogate a law is to abolish it entirely.
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derogation

[n] - (law) the partial taking away of the effectiveness of a law
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