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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'It must be emphasized that indeed, with Sections to and 17 having been struck down as unconstitutional, any attempt to proceed with the expropriation, including the issuance of the writ of possession will be completely baseless and illegal,' according to Peco's appeal.
Parliament is due to start debates on proposed changes to the land expropriation bill in October.
OPEN AND HIDDEN EXPROPRIATION Preparations are currently underway in Berlin for a referendum on the expropriation of property owners, which is supported by the Left party and sections of the SPD and the Greens.
Held in Windhoek in early Oc- tober, the conference concluded with a controversial call to re- vise the constitution to allow land expropriation without compensation.
The Hartford's political risk insurance policy helps corporations and private equity firms with global operations protect their investments and assets overseas from various political risks, such as expropriation, political violence, currency inconvertibility and breach of contract.
Supporters of such a move, led by President Hage Geingob, view expropriation without compensation as a chance to finally correct the injustice of land dispossession under apartheid and colonial rule by offering ownership, stability and employment to historically marginalised Namibians.
Global Banking News-September 27, 2018--South African central bank says banks can handle land expropriation policy
(15) Admittedly, the evolution of substantive clauses other than expropriation provisions, such as those addressing fair and equitable treatment (FET) and national treatment (NT), is also worth noting.
Citing the policy, they have successfully curbed redistribution efforts by the government by refusing to have their property expropriated and also in many cases, demanding the state pay exorbitant prices for property intended for expropriation.
The expropriation along the initial route is in its closing stage but with the additional activities new expropriations are expected to appear.
The forecasts related to mentioned duties have increased because of state duty on acquisition of excise stamps for alcohol and tobacco products, introduction of fees for registration of mobile devices imported by individuals for personal use, as well as fees for registration of contracts on expropriation of cars.
10/1990 on the acquisition and expropriation of real property for the public benefit.
THE trial court in Bicol has directed the provincial government of Camarines Sur to keep its hands off the expropriation proceedings of several lands owned by Bicol farmers to allow an airport-development project in the province under President Duterte's 'Build, Build, Build' slogan.
Expropriation of minority shareholders interest has been an issue globally since decades ago.