"Where the land of an owner is expropriated
, the compensation payable to the owner shall be based upon, (a) the market value of the land; (b) the damages attributable to disturbance; (c) damages for injurious affection; and (d) any special difficulties in relocation, but, where the market value is based upon a use of the land other than the existing use, no compensation shall be paid under clause (b) for damages attributable to disturbance that would have been incurred by the owner in using the land for such other use." (47)
Article 20 of the Expropriation for Public Interest Law states the cost of expropriated
properties and buildings should be evaluated by a committee.
"More than 1,600 properties were expropriated
and 614 of them were removed during this stage that was approved a year ago.
A Catholic spokesman said that the Church wants safeguards to prevent the State of Israel from taking any of her property, as well as returning properties to the Church that Israel expropriated
over the past sixty three years.
land for Ma'ale Adummim to make it an integral part of Jerusalem.
government panel studying the issue put the value of Cuba's expropriated
"We reject the principle that our land is expropriated
to build more roads," he said.
Its assets and property can not be searched, confiscated, expropriated
The property's ownership has been under dispute since the 1949 Communist revolution, when the government expropriated
privately held lands.
As a result, Karstadt decided to withdraw its lawsuits in the remaining three property disputes, including the expropriated
Jewish properties used by the Nazi dictator.
A total of 50,197 homes had been built for the Jewish population on the expropriated
land and none for Palestinians, ACRI said.
The government says it is ready to auction off the first two groups of the 27 sugar mills it expropriated
Situated on a 32-acre property next to Highway 69-400, 'the Jolly' was expropriated
by the Ontario government prior to the widening and four-laning of Highway 69 four years ago.
The Venezuelan Endogenous Paper Industry (Invepal) is an enormous paper factory recently expropriated
by the government after a hard fought battle by 350 paper workers.
They may then be expropriated
for not only everything they have but most of what they will ever earn, coerced into signing a confession, criminalized in ways they are powerless to avoid, and jailed indefinitely without trial.