fall outside

fall outside (something)

To not be included in some category, range, or scope. I'm sorry, but I can't speak on the matter—it falls outside my jurisdiction as a judge.
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fall outside something

to be beyond someone's power, responsibility, or jurisdiction. This matter falls outside my bailiwick. Her offense fell outside of the manager's jurisdiction.
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fall outside

v.
To fail to be within or classified within some range, limit, or category: That behavior falls outside of what is allowed here. The proposed budget falls outside the guidelines.
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Several villages fall outside the border fence erected by the Indian Army.
The guidelines from 2013 said screening people who fell outside these limits "should not be performed." In contrast, the new draft guidelines simply said that people fall outside of the age and smoking-history criteria but who are still considered high risk for lung cancer based on a risk-prediction calculator should not "routinely" undergo screening.
As such, where any transaction falls outside the scope of these provisions, it would, as a consequence, fall outside the scope of VAT.
However, prosecutors could not take the case forward because any alleged sex crime involving an adult that occurred in that year would fall outside of California's statute of limitations, the Los Angeles County District Attorney said.
The guidelines from 2013 said that screening people who fell outside these limits "should not be performed." In contrast, the new draft guideline simply said that people who fall outside of the age and smoking-history criteria but who are still considered high risk for lung cancer based on a risk-prediction calculator should not "routinely" undergo screening.
Participants were also introduced to the impact of VAT on government entities, and the independent activities carried out by government entities that fall outside the scope of VAT.
Lastly, the Luxembourg legislation provides that the transactions carried out by a member in his name but on behalf of the group fall outside the scope of VAT for the group.
So catch-up TV services run by other channels - such as YouTube, Netflix, Apple and ITV Hub - streaming or downloading programmes after they've been shown, or programmes available online before being shown on TV, fall outside the new rules.
Pasok diyan 'yung mga nakikita nating kandidato na, who, I supposedly feel fall outside of reasonableness, Jimenez said.
"We will continue to have differences with the Cuban government, but our concerns over a wide range of Cuba's policies and actions fall outside the criteria that is relevant to whether to rescind Cuba's designation as a State Sponsor of Terrorism," said White House Spokesperson Josh Earnest in the statement.
Over 400 rabbis signed a letter calling for an end to the demolitions of Palestinian homes that fall outside Israeli zoning laws.
Ulster Bank has said that the bulk of its first time mortgages would fall outside of the norms specified by the central bank of Ireland.
EBSA officials have given sobering advice to companies that want to sell "limited benefit health insurance" products, such as hospital indemnity insurance policies, that fall outside the new PPACA rules on health-status-based underwriting, annual and lifetime benefits limits, and benefits package design.
Richard Turnbull, 37, was found by neighbour Alan Fall outside his Great Broughtonhome last November.