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Rethinking expropriation law II : Context, criteria, and consequences of expropriation
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Rethinking expropriation law II : Context, criteria, and consequences of expropriation
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Rethinking expropriation law II. 2015d
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Chapter 1 Introduction: Context, Criteria, and Consequences of Expropriation; 1.2 The Historical Context of Expropriation; 1.3 Criteria of Expropriation within Their Legal Context: Common Law vs. Continental Law; 1.4 Criteria: Expropriation of What and by Whom?; 1.5 Criteria of Expropriation: Beyond the Public Purpose Requirement; 1.6 Consequences of Expropriation; 1.7 Conclusion; Chapter 2 Confiscation and Expropriation: The Legal Consequences of Roman Imperialism; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Expropriation in the Modern World ; 2.3 Confiscation or Expropriation in the Roman RepublicSee in more detail S.T. Roselaar, Public land in the Roman Republic: a ... 2.4 Confiscation and Expropriation from Private Landowners in Times of War; 2.5 Confiscation of Land in the Imperial Period; 2.6 The Concept of Expropriation in the Roman World; Bibliography; Chapter 3 The History of Hungarian Expropriation Law; 3.2 Early Stages of the Expropriation Law ; Expropriation before the Reform Era; 3.3 Expropriation Law from the Reform Era to 1948; 3.4.1 The Characteristics of the 1955 Code; 3.4.2 The Characteristics of the 1965 Code ; 3.5 Expropriation Law after the Regime Change of 1989/19903.6.1 The Expropriation Procedure; 3.6.2 The Fulfillment of Requirement 'in Public Interest'; 3.6.3 The Fulfillment of the Requirement for 'Full, Unconditional, and Immediate Compensation'; General Principles of Compensation and Methods of Appraisement; Factors Disregarded in the Expropriation Process; Compensating the Loss of Value through the Expropriation; Compensation for Eliminated Rights of Third Parties; Compensation for the right of the use of land; Compensation for the rights of the beneficiary ; Compensation by Means of a Substitute EstateThe Immediacy of Compensation; 3.7 The New Tendencies in the Legislation; Outline placeholder; The Exclusion of Review; Issues Concerning the Purposes of Expropriation; Limitations on the Dispositional Authority of the Expropriated Owner; The 2012 Amendment of Act XCIII of 1995; 3.8 Conclusion; Bibliography; Chapter 4 Towards a Paradigm Shift in the Application of Expropriation Law in Flanders; 4.1 Introduction: Problematic Legislative Context; 4.2 Hopeful Trend; 4.4.1 First Indication: Full Separation of Powers in Expropriation Practice ; 4.4.2 Second Indication: Exceptional Legislation Has Again Become the Exception4.4.3 Third Indication: the Plea of Self-Realization Is Accepted; 4.4.4 Fourth Indication: Expropriation as a Risk; 4.5 An Important Counter-Indication; Bibliography; Chapter 5 Hidden Expropriation in Globalization and Soft Law Protection of Communal Property Rights; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Hidden Expropriation in Globalization; 5.3 The Evolution of Peoples' Rights; 5.4 The Current Soft Law Protection of Communal Property Rights; 5.5 'Softness' in the Global Normative System; 5.6 Conclusion; Bibliography
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