Translation of compulsory purchase in Spanish:

compulsory purchase

expropiación, n.

noun

British

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    expropiación feminine
    before noun compulsory purchase order orden de expropiación feminine
    • It would not, for example, be able to purchase the site using compulsory purchase orders.
    • Pembrokeshire County Council has just agreed to acquire the property under compulsory purchase as part of the regeneration of the Dockyard.
    • They were also double checking information about properties which will be acquired through compulsory purchase orders.
    • The party is calling for much wider use of compulsory purchase orders, particularly to allow for the building of public housing.
    • The announcement on Tuesday came as details of compulsory purchase orders for swathes of land earmarked by the scheme's planners were published.
    • The Committee approved the use in principle of compulsory purchase powers subject to an indemnity.
    • The moves will include an agreement to approve road closures where necessary and compulsory purchase orders on land and buildings.
    • Up to two years have been set aside by the RPA to deal with land acquisition and compulsory purchase orders.
    • A compulsory purchase order was then executed in accordance with the Act to acquire the necessary land.
    • Ultimately, however, in cases of outright conflict between the company and property owners compulsory purchase was enforced.
    • At the moment 15 homes and a couple of sports clubs stand in the way of the scheme, but these are likely to be demolished if and when compulsory purchase orders are issued.
    • However, the local council stepped in and purchased the land under a compulsory purchase order.
    • It would mean compulsory purchase orders of land west of Thornton.
    • The Council resolution authorised the purchase of affected properties by agreement in advance of any compulsory purchase order.
    • The main justification for the use of compulsory purchase powers here would be to achieve a comprehensive regeneration scheme.
    • Council officers will meet residents at a public meeting on July 16 to explain how compulsory purchase orders work and what happens next.
    • The authority has received a number of complaints because some of the buildings needed to make way for the project have been subject to compulsory purchase orders.
    • If the plan gets the go-ahead compulsory purchase orders would have to be made to buy the land.
    • They have the power to own and dispose of assets, including compulsory purchase with the consent of the Secretary of State.
    • There are a lot of owner occupiers and every compulsory purchase order will be challenged at a public inquiry.