alienation of property

See: conveyance
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The alienation of property for public needs defined in the law may be effected upon the decision of the court with ensuring of prior and equitable compensation for the value of such property as well as for other losses incurred as a result of such alienation.
In an era of profound preoccupation with lineage and the significance of property in embodying this sense of lineage, these same citizens came to be threatened by the alienation of property into the hands of their female relatives who were professed nuns.
The agreements between the parties include provisions respecting proportional representation on the Corporation's Board, the right of first refusal, piggy-back rights, a prohibition against the alienation of property, and the consent of shareholders of preferred shares for certain acts relating to the Corporation's business.
This transit account is separate from the current account of the AGRASC open for its current operations (deposit account funds to the Treasury), and distinct from the deposit account at the Caisse des Depots et Consignations on which are deposited and centralized all are captured and are derived from the alienation of property delivered to AGRASC in criminal proceedings.