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Derogations must be requested in writing, either through RPW Online or by writing directly to RPW.
If I were Turkey, I would argue that the derogation does not apply to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) as it is an independent country.
A final derogation nevertheless authorised on-board processing for fishermen holding a special permit, provided all the parts of the shark were landed together (fins attached or removed).
L'exemple du lotissement An-naim sur une superficie de huit hectares montre clairement comment des derogations etaient synonymes [beaucoup moins que]d'autorisations de s'enrichir[beaucoup plus grand que].
Natural England has confirmed that, following the recent heavy snowfall in many areas, livestock farmers who will need to provide their livestock with additional feed can continue to be covered by an Environmental Stewardship derogation.
The new regulation sets out the procedures to be observed by manufacturers when submitting an application for a derogation.
One of the most typical examples of a derogation - according to an EU document dated July 4, 2006 - allowing member states to apply for tax reduction exemption concerns "consumption (of fuel) in certain geographical areas".
Said Kovacs:" The expiry of these derogations is an important step towards the implementation of the energy tax directive.
The granting of these derogations allows these Albion mineral ingredients to be used in food supplements and sold throughout the U.
Article 13 Notification and examination of derogations made under article 7
During the meeting, due to take place at 6pm, Anastasiades is expected to raise the recent comments made by Akinci on majorities, and on permanent EU derogations for the Turkish Cypriot side.
Italy has now derogated three times, and no further derogations are possible.
Mr Davies said: "I am monitoring the position on lorry drivers' hours, and will seek further derogations if these are needed to keep supplies of feed and other farm inputs moving.
AS another cold snap hits the region, Natural England is reminding farmers in Environmental Stewardship schemes that derogations are available to help cope with the extreme weather conditions.
A new study argues that the application of the new optional term "mountain product" could be limited across the EU without special derogations to the general principle stating that it can only be used on products produced and processed in mountain areas.