Definition of Expropriations

1. Noun. (plural of expropriation) ¹



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Definition of Expropriations

1. expropriation [n] - See also: expropriation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Expropriations

exprobate
exprobated
exprobates
exprobating
exprobrate
exprobrated
exprobrates
exprobrating
exprobration
exprobrations
expropriate
expropriated
expropriates
expropriating
expropriation
expropriations (current term)
expropriator
expropriators
expugn
expugnable
expugnation
expugnations
expugned
expugner
expugners
expugning
expugns
expuition
expulsatory
expulse

Literary usage of Expropriations

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1. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1892)
"... Ï d 10 h Tallack (William) Pensions and expropriations, 31 rf 14/ Tallow, ... expropriations ..."

2. The Charter and By-laws of the City of Montreal: Together with Miscellaneous by Québec (Province)., Montreal (1865)
"Law on expropriations, &c. (27 AND 28 VICTORIA, CAP. 60.) An Act to amend the Acts relating to the Corporation of the City of Montreal, and for other ..."

3. The Quebec Railway Statutes: A Compilation of All Railway Charters Granted by Bradley, R. J, Québec (Province)., Massiah, Chris (1883)
"... that, in the event of an understanding being arrived at, the corporation would itself undertake to make the expropriations which might be necesssary, ..."

4. Digest of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Canada: On Appeal from by Louis William Coutlee (1904)
"Assessments for the expropriations for certain years having been made whereby proprietors of a part of the street were relieved from contributing any ..."

5. The Civil Code of Lower Canada and the Bills of Exchange Act, 1890: With All by Québec (Province)., Robert Stanley Weir (1903)
"In the case of sales and expropriations for purposes of public utility, the parly acquiring the property cannot be evicted. The hypothecs and other charge« ..."

6. The Code of Civil Procedure of the Province of Quebec with a Concordance of by Québec (Province)., Robert Stanley Weir, Weir, Robert Stanley, 1856-1926, Québec (Province). Courts (1898)
"In the case of sales and expropriations for purposes of public utility, the party acquiring the property cannot be evicted. The hypothecs and other charges ..."

7. The Civil Code of Lower Canada: Together with a Synopsis of Changes in the by Thomas McCord, Québec (Province). (1870)
"In the ease of sales and expropriations for purposes of public utility, the party acquiring the property cannot be evicted. ..."

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