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English term or phrase:comprehensive federal presence
Chinese translation:联邦法全面适用
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06:37 Feb 23, 2009
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English term or phrase: federal presence
原文为:"conflict preemption", where "state law is nullified to the extent that it actually conflicts with federal law," even absent an explicit statement or comprehensive federal presence.

其中的"conflict preemption"为美国联邦法优先适用原则的一种。请教federal presence的意思,谢谢!
Kinkin
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Explanation:
http://classes.lls.edu/spring2006/conlaw-manheim/ppt/preempt...

Presumption of non-preemption inapplicable in area with significant federal presence

Federal law is so comprehensive as to leave no room for supplemental state regulation (any state involvement would be contrary to federal regulation)

from the 2 sentences above, federal presence means presence of federal law.

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Note added at 9 hrs (2009-02-23 15:38:27 GMT)
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Please disregard 'oyu', that's typo for my supposed Chinese input. However, I am not certain with my Chinese wording.

comprehensive federal presence == 联邦法全面存在 or 联邦法全面适用 ( I prefer the latter)

联邦法全面适用时, 可能出现跟州法冲突的情况,在这样的情况下,美国联邦法优先适用原则将州法宣布为无效。

另外, 我觉得下面的连接对你会有帮助,请参考一下。
Federal Preemption of State Law
The courts have recognized three types of preemption: conflict preemption, express preemption, and implied preemption. In determining whether any of these ...
www.legis.state.wi.us/lrb/pubs/consthi/03consthiIII051.htm - 14k - Cached - Similar pages

'even absent an explicit statement' 应该跟 implied preemption 有关。
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Explanation:
http://classes.lls.edu/spring2006/conlaw-manheim/ppt/preempt...

Presumption of non-preemption inapplicable in area with significant federal presence

Federal law is so comprehensive as to leave no room for supplemental state regulation (any state involvement would be contrary to federal regulation)

from the 2 sentences above, federal presence means presence of federal law.

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 9 hrs (2009-02-23 15:38:27 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Please disregard 'oyu', that's typo for my supposed Chinese input. However, I am not certain with my Chinese wording.

comprehensive federal presence == 联邦法全面存在 or 联邦法全面适用 ( I prefer the latter)

联邦法全面适用时, 可能出现跟州法冲突的情况,在这样的情况下,美国联邦法优先适用原则将州法宣布为无效。

另外, 我觉得下面的连接对你会有帮助,请参考一下。
Federal Preemption of State Law
The courts have recognized three types of preemption: conflict preemption, express preemption, and implied preemption. In determining whether any of these ...
www.legis.state.wi.us/lrb/pubs/consthi/03consthiIII051.htm - 14k - Cached - Similar pages

'even absent an explicit statement' 应该跟 implied preemption 有关。

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