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Preemption or pre-emption may refer to:


  • FDA Preemption, legal theory in the United States that exempts product manufacturers from tort claims regarding Food and Drug Administration approved products
  • Federal preemption, displacement of U.S. state law by U.S. Federal law
  • Pre-crime, a criminal justice system approaches to crimes not yet committed
  • Pre-emption (Dominion Land Survey), a purchase right given to settlers under the 1872 Dominion Lands Act
  • Pre-emption rights, the right of existing shareholders in a company to buy shares offered for sale before they are offered to the public
  • Preemption (land), a type of land transfer in the United States, as in the Preemption Act of 1841
  • Preemption Line, the line that divided the Indian lands of western New York State, that had been awarded to New York, from those that had been awarded to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by the Treaty of Hartford of 1786
  • State preemption, displacement of U.S. municipal law by state law