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- 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
- the doctrine of non-derogation from grants is a principle of the law of england and wales. as the house of lords explained in british leyland motor corp
- a pejorative (also term of abuse, term of disparagement, or derogatory term) is a word or grammatical form of expression that expresses contempt, criticism
- of jus cogens through acceptance by the international community as non-derogable rights, while other customary international law may simply be followed
- outgroup derogation occurs when an outgroup is perceived as blocking or hindering the goals of an ingroup. it has also been argued that outgroup derogation is
- had not implemented eu directive 91/440 and related legislation, having derogated its obligation to split train operations and infrastructure businesses
- that can be derogated from are listed in the international covenant for civil and political rights. some sources argue that non-derogable rights cannot
- a 1986 decision of the house of lords concerning the doctrine of non-derogation from grants. this doctrine is comparable to, but somewhat broader than