Expropriation

The process of expropriation "occurs when a public agency (for example, the provincial government and its agencies, regional districts, municipalities, school boards and utilities) takes property for a purpose deemed to be in the public interest, even though the owner of the property may not be willing to sell it."

Other articles related to "expropriation":

Louis Renault (industrialist) - Expropriation
... Thus, the company Louis Renault had created and protected from expropriation by the Germans, was nationalized on the official and very thin case of collaboration ... Renault was charged posthumously with "guilty enrichment obtained by those who worked for the enemy", a finding delivered without judicial proceedings, thus violating the rule of law and French juridical principles ...
Mexican Oil Expropriation
... The Mexican oil expropriation (Spanish expropiación petrolera) (also petroleum expropriation, petroleum nationalization, etc.) was the expropriation of all oil reserves, facilities, and foreign oil companies in ...
Montréal–Mirabel International Airport - Development - Expropriation
... The federal government expropriation resulted in making Mirabel the world's largest airport by property area ... Scholastique who protested vehemently against the expropriation of their land ...
Nutritional Economics - Globalization and Nutrition - Land Expropriation
... Occurring for a variety of reasons, land expropriation, or the disruption of traditional ownership of land by more powerful interests such as local elites, governments, or transnational corporations, can also ... Robbins details examples in Mexico of peasants facing land expropriation in the face of agribusiness consolidation under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in many ... Another common impetus for expropriation is non-agricultural “economic development”, often in the form of tourism ...