expropriate

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kamulaştırmak
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kamulaştır

Bu arazi on yıllar önce asıl sahibinden kamulaştırılmıştır. - This land was expropriated from its original owner decades ago.

Sosyalist ayaklanma papaya ait sarayı kamulaştırdı. - The socialist insurgency expropriated the Apostolic Palace.

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İngilizce - İngilizce
To deprive a person of their property. To confiscate. Usually in reference to taking property for public use
{v} to part with, give up a claim
deprive of possessions; "The Communist government expropriated the landowners
If a government or other authority expropriates someone's property, they take it away from them for public use. The Bolsheviks expropriated the property of the landowners. + expropriation expropriations ex·pro·pria·tion the expropriation of property Ownership is not clear because of expropriations in the Nazi era
deprive of possessions; "The Communist government expropriated the landowners"
To put out of one's possession; to surrender the ownership of; also, to deprive of possession or proprietary rights
{f} confiscate, requisition, take away, deprive of ownership
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The act of expropriating; the surrender of a claim to exclusive property; the act of depriving of ownership or proprietary rights
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{s} confiscated, requisitioned, taken away (about property)
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taken out of the possession of another and transferred to your own use often without permission; "the expropriated land was developed into a public playground
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Past tense and past participle of to expropriate
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third-person singular of expropriate
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present participle of expropriate
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1 The taking of private property for public purpose upon the payment of just compensation, which is recognized as an inherent power of the state over its citizens BACK TO TOP
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The seizure of businesses by a host country with little, if any, compensation to the owners
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(From Latin ex: "from," and proprius: "one's own ") A taking of privately owned property by a government
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The official seizure by a government of private property Any government has the right to seize such property, according to international law, if prompt and adequate compensation is given
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taking out of an owner's hands (especially taking property by public authority)
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the compulsory depriving of an owner of property in return for compensation Back to top
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This is where the local authority needs a portion or the entire property for its use The bank would require a letter from the customer and the local authority, and an assessment has to be done on the remaining security
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Seizure by a government of foreign-owned assets Such seizure is not contrary to international law if it is followed by prompt, adequate, and effective compensation If not, it is called confiscation
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Confiscation of property with or without compensation
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When the State acquires private property in the public interest against payment of compensation The main aspect taken into account is the market value of the land Ownership passes to the State on the date of expropriation
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the taking of property into public ownership without compensation, such as the property of foreign investors or foreign industry in a nation
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The taking of private property by an entity such as a government See eminent domain
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{i} confiscation, requisition, deprivation (of property)
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The government's act of taking title to property owned by a private party without that party's consent under the authority of a law or statute, while paying compensation to the former owner
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Transfer of wealth ownership from producer to money creator by fraud
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Involuntary transfer of property, with compensation, from a privately owned firm to a host country government
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Taking of private property by the state for public use, with fair compensation to the owner, through the exercise of the right of eminent domain
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The act of forcefully taking private property for public use
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Canada: the forced sale of land to a public authority Synonymous to the USA doctrine of "eminent domain"
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Official government seizure of private property, recognized by international law as the right of any sovereign state provided expropriated owners are given prompt compensation and fair market value in convertible currencies
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