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expropriate

to deprive (an owner) of (property) by taking it for public use.
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(42) The inquiry officer will determine at the meeting whether "the taking of the lands or any part of the lands of an owner or of more than one owner of the same lands is fair, sound and reasonably necessary in the achievement of the objectives of the expropriating authority." (43) Following this the inquiry officer will provide a report to the approving authority that contains (a) a summary of the evidence and arguments advanced by the parties; (b) the inquiry officer's findings of fact; and (c) the inquiry officer's opinion on the merits of the application for approval, and the reasons for the opinion.
Three pre-conditions (must) exist: first, the acquisition is made in accordance with the local law; second, the landlord is fully compensated; and third, the acquisition is for a public purpose....It should be emphasized that Israel is not expropriating land to establish settlements in the area."
In April 2004, the Tokyo District Court barred the metropolitan government from expropriating land for the 3 trillion yen project, saying the state approved the project despite lacking sufficient evidence that the project would alleviate traffic jams and serve the public interest.
Worse than the images were the inherited practices: the Nazis systematized and intensified Christianity's age-old methods of forced deracination and ghettoization, denying legal and economic rights, expropriating property, defiling synagogues, looting and destroying Jewish homes and businesses, burning sacred and secular Jewish literature, forcing the wearing of badges of dishonor, and visiting upon Jews humiliating assaults, unspeakable torture, and repeated massacres.
The Court, however, reverses the grant of summary judgment on the issue of Iran's liability for expropriating McKesson's equity and remands for the district court to determine whether Iranian corporate law excused Pak Dairy's withholding of dividends.
The habit of expropriating Arab properties continues till this day, accompanied by denying the now two million Arabs conquered after 1967 most civil rights.
Most people feel that the Chinese government has moved neither fast enough nor far enough in expropriating successful foreign ideas.
But the Mandaluyong RTC on July 1 barred More Power from expropriating Peco's distribution assets.
In a five-page decision, the Mandaluyong Regional Trial Court branch 209 enjoined MORE Power from expropriating and taking over the distribution assets of Peco.