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Synonyms for expropriate

Synonyms for expropriate

to take quick and forcible possession of

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deprive of possessions

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Indirect Expropriations (or "Creeping Expropriations")
indirect expropriations began in 1938, when Mexico's oil production
In addition to analyzing world investment trends, the 2011 edition of the annual report focuses on expropriation, examining the motivations of host-country governments in deciding whether to expropriate and the higher appropriation rate among non-democratic regimes.
It is instead viewed as a benevolent policymaker that will not engage in expropriations that are socially inefficient.
The promise of compensation for expropriations alleviates the risk.
certified claimants, of which I am one, remain uncompensated for these expropriations to this day--as are hundreds of thousands of Cuban-Americans and millions of more people in Cuba itself.
33) NAFTA Chapter 11 and BITs, however, enumerate many additional protections, including the guarantees of "fair and equitable treatment" and compensation for expropriation.
was one of several private commercial distributors that were put out of business by the legislation, and brought an action against the federal government for compensation of their loss of business suffered as a result of the Expropriations Act.
collaborate with emshi in the terms it determines, in the files that are already in progress at the time of the award of the contract, both in the technical or administrative management and the overall economic management credits they are enabled to emshi for the deposit or payment of expropriations in any of its phases.
Another matter under close review was the issuance of TROs in cases involving expropriation of private property for public use.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Council of State has issued a stay on a Cabinet decision for immediate expropriation of a tract of land the size of about 20,000 soccer fields for ystanbul's third airport which is under construction in the northern part of the city.
Numerous studies has been carried out on the majority shareholders and expropriations of minority shareholders' rights in Malaysia (Himmelberg et al, 2004; Ahmed & Seet, 2009; Abidin et al, 2009; Chong, 2012).
The virtual mirage of booming employment during base construction facilitated the expropriations.
Another reason was to bring the interest rate for expropriations in line with the lower basic interest rates currently being offered by commercial banks, the ministry said.
While the federal government can expropriate land, (Expropriation Act, RSC 1985) most expropriations come under provincial legislation.