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compensation

The act or process of making amends for something.

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Legislation
Russia
Eastern Europe
Europe

The following wording shall be added to article 61(2): “Damages caused to citizens or legal persons as a result of the validation by a state executive body or local self-government body of a legislative act that does not comply with the law or other legislative acts and that infringes on the land rights of citizens shall be subject to compensation in accordance with civil legislation.”

Legislation
Russia
Eastern Europe
Europe

This Regional Law establishes administrative liability (fines) for offences related to infringement of the rules for conservation of the objects of cultural heritage and protection zones within the boundaries of objects of cultural heritage.

Legislation
Kenya
Eastern Africa
Africa

This Act establishes the National Museums of Kenya as a body corporate and provides for the protection of national natural and cultural heritage (as defined). The National Museums of Kenya shall, among other things, identify, protect, conserve and transmit the cultural and natural heritage of Kenya. The Minister may declare an open space to be a protected area within the meaning of this Act.

Legislation
Switzerland
Europe
Western Europe

The purpose of the present Law is to regulate expropriation proceedings. Article 4 establishes the setting up of an Expropriation Commission defining its composition and its tasks.

Legislation
Vietnam
Asia
South-Eastern Asia

This Law provides for the compulsory purchase and requisition of property which may be conducted only in case of real necessity for defence or security reasons and national interests.The Law provides for: property subject to compulsory purchase or subject to requisition; rights and responsibilities of state agencies in compulsory purchase and requisition of property; rights and obligations of p

Regulations
Switzerland
Europe
Western Europe

La présente ordonnance met en exécution la loi fédérale sur l’expropriation du 20 juin 1930. Notamment, l’article 1er établit que les gouvernements cantonaux désignent les autorités judiciaires qui statuent sur les demandes d’indemnités formées à raison des dommages résultant des actes préparatoires visés à l’article 15. Le texte comprend 5 articles.

Canada
Americas
Northern America

The present Final Agreement between the Government of Canada, the Carcross/Tagish First Nation and the Government of the Yukon is made under section 35 of the Constitution of Canada and sets out the rights of the First Nation Carcross/Tagish and its people and in particular ways in which the federal, territorial and First Nation governments interact.

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