non obstante

[ nohn ohb-stahn-te; English non ob-stan-tee ]
/ noʊn oʊbˈstɑn tɛ; English nɒn ɒbˈstæn ti /

preposition Latin.

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Origin of non obstante

short for Anglo-Latin, Latin nōn obstante aliquō statūtō in contrārium any statute to the contrary notwithstanding
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