expropriate


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Synonyms for expropriate

to take quick and forcible possession of

Words related to expropriate

deprive of possessions

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The right of government to expropriate, and how it can do so, must be found in legislation as it will no longer be implied.
Regarding expropriation in Judia and Samaria, it should be mentioned that international law generally denies the military government the authority to expropriate land in occupied territories; however, there is evidence supporting the position that it is permissible to expropriate land for the needs of the local population upon payment of compensation.
In the fall, the prefectural government will file an application with the ministry's local bureau for authorization to expropriate the remaining property under the land expropriation law, they said.
The announcement has been issued just two days before the government is scheduled to start negotiations with the farmers, who have been protesting against government plans to expropriate their land.
The draft aims to simplify procedures required before central or local governments can expropriate plots of land owned by private landowners for public works.
Canada -- The Canadian government has threatened to expropriate a portion of British Columbia's Nanoose Bay, so that the US Navy can continue to test weapons in Canadian waters.
1, the Ministry of Finance will urgently expropriate areas in the provinces of Adyyaman, Ankara, Artvin, Balykesir, BingE[micro]l, Ecanakkale, Edirne, Erzurum, yzmir, KahramanmaraE-, KyrE-ehir, Osmaniye, Tekirday-, Trabzon and Van for hydroelectric plant and wind farm projects in order to build electricity distribution lines.
Article 2 states that the departments concerned shall expropriate, through direct implementation, the properties and lands necessary for the aforementioned project, along with all the installations therein, in accordance with provisions of the Public Utility Expropriation Law promulgated by Royal Decree No 64/78.
It follows another recent decision that ministries planning to expropriate land must receive the cabinet's approval before the procedure could start.
The Settler Branch Committee issued orders to the Israeli occupation forces to expropriate 300 dunams of the lands of the village of Jaloud, south of Nablus, for a new project that is expected to enable surrounding colonies and colony outposts to further spread.
Article Two: The concerned authorities shall expropriate, through direct implementation, the properties and relevant lands needed for the aforesaid project, as well as installations over them, in accordance with the provisions of the aforesaid Public Utility Expropriation Law.
in the Galilee, against similar Israeli plan to expropriate their land.
She welcomed the European Parliament's decision to deplore Argentina's "unilateral and arbitrary" decision to expropriate shares of the Spanish energy company Repsol.
A letter from the British Consul-general in Jerusalem, Sir Vincent Fean, read: On behalf of the Government of the United Kingdom, I express our deepest regret at the tragic death of Mustafa Tamimi of Nabi Saleh, killed by a tear gas canister during the weekly demonstration against systematic attempts by settlers from the illegal settlement of Halamish to expropriate the water spring belonging to the villagers of Nabi Saleh.
There has been no indication that Venezuelan authorities intend to expropriate any of Dana's facilities;