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- Derogation is the partial suppression of a law, as opposed to abrogation—total abolition of a law by explicit repeal—and obrogation—the partial or total...
- 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 called a derogatory term, a slur, a term of abuse, or a term of disparagement) is a word or grammatical form expressing a negative connotation...
- observers remained unable to intervene, the observers began to derogate the victim. Derogation was greater when the observed suffering was greater. But when...
- mate. Such behaviour might include self-promotion tactics and competitor derogation (direct and indirect forms of aggression) towards other females. Variables...
- 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...
- under some other branch of substantive law such as the doctrine of non-derogation from grants. In both countries, the exhaustion doctrine has the effect...
- requirements, the derogation must be procedurally sound. There must be some formal announcement of the derogation and notice of the derogation, any measures...
- of jus cogens through acceptance by the international community as non-derogable rights, while other customary international law may simply be followed...
- or outside the European Union. These statuses may have a wide range of derogation from EU policies. Most of the territories which are outside the EU nonetheless...