Angary legal definition of angary
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angary in international law, the right of a belligerent state to use the property of a neutral state or to destroy it if necessary, subject to payment of full compensation to the owners.
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options for use of force, such as self-defense and the right of angary.
Angary (jus angariae) is one such legal theory we will explore.
Angary is an outright taking with a requirement of compensation to the aggrieved party under conditions not amounting to occupation.
ISLAMABAD -- Leader of Baloch Rabta Itafaq Tehreek (BRIT) Prince Mohiuddin Baloch Monday appreciated the government stance to give top priority for development of Balochistan and the steps taken to address angary Balochs grievances.
The leader of BRIT extended his full support to the government for holding talks with angary Balochs and bringing them back in the mainstream of national politics.