expropriation


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the act of taking quick and forcible possession of

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taking out of an owner's hands (especially taking property by public authority)

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While our laws define and regulate donation, sale and other modes of acquisition of real property, expropriation is rooted in our country's inherent power of eminent domain, which the Supreme Court defines as 'the ultimate right of the sovereign power to appropriate, not only the public but the private property of all citizens within the territorial sovereignty, to public purposes.
This culminated in a final demand that the contract be renegotiated by February 21, and the termination of that contract by Presidential Decree on Thursday and expropriation of all of its assets.
But due to some problems with land expropriation and financing of construction works, the bridge is open ten years later.
Your editorial did not mention the legal basis for the expropriation of these funds.
Israel said it is attempting to legalize the expropriation of some 45 dunams of privately owned Palestinian land that is located in boundaries with the the illegal West Bank settlement of Ofra north of Ramallah and they announced it was initially seized by mistake, according to Haartez.
A proposed framework adopts a sector-specific approach to analyzing claims of indirect expropriation arising out of water regulatory measures that balances duties owed to citizens with the duties owed to foreign citizens under international commitments.
Expropriation (or eminent domain as it is known by our southern neighbors) can bring very different responses depending on the party in a legal dispute.
Although principal-principal theory dominates the extant literature, it is still difficult to explain the shareholders' capital expropriation in developed countries with well established institutions.
TAP)- The House of the People's Representatives (HPR) adopted, on Thursday, the draft law related to expropriation in public interest, with 95 votes for, 11 abstentions and no opposition.
The plan was prepared and approved without the family knowing of the expropriation, the daily added.
In particular, many have been spooked by the botched introduction of a controversial legal frame- work -- the Protection of Investment Act -- which they fear raises the unwelcome spectre of nationalisation and state expropriation.
In particular, many have been spooked by the botched introduction of a controversial legal framework --the Protection of Investment Act--which they fear raises the unwelcome spectre of nationalisation and state expropriation.
Many of the lands for these projects may need expropriation and the help of real estate evaluators," he said.
3, 2014), is part of another controversy involving a questionable expropriation of land belonging to a local indigenous community.
The claim concerned an alleged expropriation contrary to Hungary's bilateral investment treaty with the United Kingdom, based on the conduct of a 2009 radio frequency tender in which Danubius Radio, a Hungarian broadcaster owned by the claimants, failed to secure a new broadcasting license.