Compulsory expropriation (Amendment) Law 1962 (No. 15/1962). | Land Portal

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This Law, consisting of 24 articles divided into 5 Parts and 1 Annex, establishes the requirements to be satisfied and procedures to be followed in case of compulsory expropriation of private property for public purposes. The Law is divided as follows: Preliminary provisions (Part I); Compulsory Expropriation Conditions (Part II); Compensation for Expropriation (Part III); Transfer Use and Disposal of Property (Part IV); Miscellaneous provisions (Part V) and Annex specifying the procedures for expropriation.

Amended by: Compulsory expropriation (Amendment) Law, 1999 (Law No. 135(I)/99). (1999-11-19)
Amended by: Compulsory expropriation (Amendment) Law 2014 (No. 61(I)/2014). (2014-05-16)

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