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  • Expropriation legal definition of expropriation

    Expropriation. The taking of private property for public use or in the public interest. The taking of U.S. industry situated in a foreign country, by a foreign ...

  • Expropriation - Wikipedia

    The process of expropriation "occurs when a public agency (for example, the provincial government and its agencies, regional districts, municipalities, school boards ...

  • Expropriation - Investopedia

    Expropriation is when the government seizes privately owned property to be used for the benefit of the public.

  • The Expropriation - Wikipedia

    The Expropriation (Spanish: La expropiación) is a 1974 Chilean drama film directed by Raúl Ruiz. Cast. Jaime Vadell as Agronomo Vidal; Nemesio Antúnez as Don Nemesio

  • Expropriation | Definition of Expropriation by Merriam-Webster

    Expropriation definition is - the act of expropriating or the state of being expropriated; specifically : the action of the state in taking or modifying the property ...

  • Expropriation | Define Expropriation at

    Expropriation definition, to take possession of, especially for public use by the right of eminent domain, thus divesting the title of the private owner: The ...

  • Expropriation - definition of expropriation by The Free ...

    Noun: 1. expropriation - taking out of an owner's hands (especially taking property by public authority)

  • What is expropriation? definition and meaning ...

    Tom loved his vintage Corvette, so he was devastated when it was seized as part of the government's expropriation of his property following the drug smuggling indictment.

  • expropriation | Definition of expropriation in English by ...

    Definition of expropriation - the action by the state or an authority of taking property from its owner for public use or benefit

  • Oil Expropriation Day in Mexico - Time and Date

    Mexicans remember Oil Expropriation Day (Día de la Expropiación Petrolera) as the day that the country’s oil fields were nationalized on March 18, 1938.

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