Definition of disapplication in English:

disapplication

noun

See disapply

  • ‘Overall it was thought that she would require an educational environment where she could benefit from access to the full national curriculum, with some modifications or disapplications.’
  • ‘As a general rule of thumb, the longer the delay after the occurrence of the matters giving rise to the cause of action the more likely it is that the balance of prejudice will swing against disapplication.’
  • ‘The significance of the use of express words of disapplication of section 4A of IRRA in section 20C is that they appear in the same section of TMA as that with which we are concerned.’