without compensation

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See: gratuitous
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The rich carried on the administration of the provinces without compensation except that of receiving a peerage under certain conditions.
It recommended that expropriation without compensation be applied under specific circumstances, including abandoned land; land held purely for speculative purposes; land already occupied and used by labor tenants and former labor tenants; and inner city buildings with absentee landlords.
Land redistribution without compensation Regarding land redistribution without compensation, the majority of panel members endorsed the proposed policy shift towards using provisions of the Constitution.
The announcement of land expropriation without compensation has led to controversy.
In other respects, the redemption will be carried out without compensation.
Held in Windhoek in early Oc- tober, the conference concluded with a controversial call to re- vise the constitution to allow land expropriation without compensation.
Supporters of such a move, led by President Hage Geingob, view expropriation without compensation as a chance to finally correct the injustice of land dispossession under apartheid and colonial rule by offering ownership, stability and employment to historically marginalised Namibians.
The JCRC was instructed by the National Assembly and National Council of Provinces to ascertain whether a review of section 25 of the Constitution and other clauses is necessary, to make it possible for the state to expropriate land in the public interest without compensation, and also to propose constitutional amendments where necessary.
This comes on the back of efforts to push for the expropriation of land without compensation.
The CEO of Nedbank (JSE:NED) has told MPs in South Africa that expropriating property without compensation could 'trigger a classical banking crisis.'
An absence of reliable collateral in South Africa's farming industry will constrain agricultural finance, the Agricultural Business Chamber told lawmakers who are reviewing the nation's constitution to make it possible to expropriate land without compensation.
The current controversy comes after the ruling African National Congress backed a controversial proposed constitutional amendment that would allow the government to expropriate land without compensation. Two years ago, South Africa lawmakers passed a bill permitting "the expropriation of property for a public purpose or in the public interest, subject to just and equitable compensation," but little has changed, sparking outrage.