compulsory acquisition

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The consideration for the compulsory acquisition is expected to consist of a choice between:
The court concluded that the owner's omission to examine and claim her rights in relation to the enjoyment of her property did not give her a right to intervene in the choices of the administration in respect of the revocation of the compulsory acquisition of her land, except if this decision was not made bona fide or for public interest purposes and dismissed the recourse.
Impress shareholders who have not sold their shares into the offer before the close will receive a compulsory acquisition notice from Beach.
Networking technology company Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) said on Sunday that it has launched a compulsory acquisition process for the remaining shares in Norwegian video communications solutions provider Tandberg (Oslo:TAA).
Australian office landlord Dexus Property Group and its partner Canada Pension Plan Investment Board or CPPIB are hoping to continue with the compulsory acquisition of Commonwealth Property Office Fund, which is the property fund handled by Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-October 2, 2013-Hoganas announces request for compulsory acquisition of its remaining shares by H Intressenter(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
8% of the outstanding Invitel's common stock and has begun acquiring the remaining in a compulsory acquisition procedure under Danish law, which will be completed by 8 July 2010.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 21, 2015-Sabadell Completes Compulsory Acquisition Procedure
The new regulatory guides cover takeover bids, substantial holdings, compulsory acquisition and buy-outs, and will also address some discrete issues ASIC has identified in its administration of the law.
2 December 2011 - Chilean shipowner Ultragas ApS said Thursday it will fulfill its intention to squeeze out the minority shareholders of Danish company U-Sea Bulk Shipping A/S (CPH:USEA), after exceeding the 90% threshold, requiring a compulsory acquisition.