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expropriate

to deprive (an owner) of (property) by taking it for public use.
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In this regard, this analysis of the evolution of expropriation provisions and investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) clauses not only stands to benefit future investment treaty negotiations in the context of OBOR, but also assists Chinese investors in identifying viable solutions for obtaining maximum treaty protection under the active BITs concluded between China and Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries.
Trump had earlier tweeted about "farm seizures and expropriations and the large-scale killing of farmers" in South Africa and asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to have a close look into the matter.
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 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.
If the property owner's objections to the complaint were overruled, or when no party appears to defend as required by the Rules of Court, the court may issue an order of expropriation declaring that the government has a lawful right sought to be expropriated, for the public use or purpose described in the complaint, upon the payment of just compensation to be determined as of the date of the taking of the property or the filing of the complaint, whichever came first.
The Expropriations Act then prescribes that "the approving authority shall consider the report of the inquiry officer and shall approve or not approve the proposed expropriation or approve the proposed expropriation with such modifications as the approving authority considers proper, but an approval with modifications shall not affect the lands of a registered owner who is not or has not been made a party to the hearing." (45) Following this the approval is properly certified.
Not only is the overall de jure expropriation index unrelated to actual property protections, but the same is true for the individual components.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- The Council of State has issued a stay on a Cabinet decision for immediate expropriation of a tract of land the size of about 20,000 soccer fields for ystanbul's third airport which is under construction in the northern part of the city.
The move is intended to ease the burden on the cash-strapped state which has to pay an interest rate on the lump sums owed for expropriations.
This changed with the introduction of the Ontario Expropriations Act (S.O.
In addition to analyzing world investment trends, the 2011 edition of the annual report focuses on expropriation, examining the motivations of host-country governments in deciding whether to expropriate and the higher appropriation rate among non-democratic regimes.
As I demonstrated earlier, they may tend to over-invest if they are insulated from risk by a guarantee of compensated expropriations. (33) Consequently, neither zero compensation nor full compensation for expropriation is efficient under this model.