condemn+to+public+use

  • 1 condemn to public use — index confiscate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 take for public use — index condemn (seize) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 condemn — con·demn /kən dem/ vt 1: to impose a penalty on; esp: to sentence to death 2: to adjudge unfit for use or consumption 3: to declare convertible to public use under the right of eminent domain: take con·dem·nable …

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  • 4 Condemn — Con*demn , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Condemned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Condemning} (? or ?).] [L. condemnare; con + damnare to condemn: cf. F. condamner. See {Damn}.] 1. To pronounce to be wrong; to disapprove of; to censure. [1913 Webster] Condemn the… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 condemn — [kən dem′] vt. [ME condempnen < OFr condemner < L condemnare < com , intens. + damnare, to harm, condemn: see DAMN] 1. to pass an adverse judgment on; disapprove of strongly; censure 2. a) to declare to be guilty of wrongdoing; convict… …

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  • 6 condemn — transitive verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French condempner, from Latin condemnare, from com + damnare to condemn more at damn Date: 14th century 1. to declare to be reprehensible, wrong, or evil usually after weighing evidence and… …

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  • 7 condemn — To declare a builing unfit for use and order its destruction as a peril to health and public safety; to order the slaughter of diseased animals. 4 Am J2d Am § 35. To adjudge guilty; to pass sentence upon a person convicted of crime. To… …

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  • 8 condemn — To adjudge or sentence. To find or adjudge guilty; especially with reference to pronouncement of sentence of death for capital offense. To declare a building, ship, or the like, unfit for habitation, use or occupation. To adjudge (as an admiralty …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 9 condemn — To adjudge or sentence. To find or adjudge guilty; especially with reference to pronouncement of sentence of death for capital offense. To declare a building, ship, or the like, unfit for habitation, use or occupation. To adjudge (as an admiralty …

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  • 10 Public policy (law) — Public policy is the body of fundamental principles that underpin the operation of legal systems in each state. This addresses the social, moral and economic values that tie a society together: values that vary in different cultures and change… …

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  • 11 Public order crime case law in the United States — In criminology, public order crime case law in the United States is essential to understanding how the courts interpret the policy of laws where the moral and social order of the state appears to be threatened by clearly identified… …

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  • 12 condemn — condemnable /keuhn dem neuh beuhl/, adj. condemnably, adv. condemner /keuhn dem euhr/, condemnor /keuhn dem euhr, keuhn dem nawr /, n. condemningly, adv. /keuhn dem /, v.t. 1. to express an unfavorable or adverse judgment on; indicate strong… …

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  • 13 condemn — con•demn [[t]kənˈdɛm[/t]] v. t. 1) to express an unfavorable or adverse judgment on; indicate strong disapproval of; censure 2) to sentence to punishment, esp. a severe punishment: to condemn a murderer to death[/ex] 3) to pronounce to be guilty… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 14 Public benefit corporation — A public benefit corporation is a public corporation chartered by a state designed to perform some public service. A public authority is a type of public benefit corporation that takes on a more bureaucratic role, such as the maintenance of… …

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  • 15 Public policy doctrine — Conflict of laws Preliminiari …

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  • 16 inferior use — A public use of land of lesser rank in respect of public necessity than another public use for which it is sought to condemn the property. 26 Am J2d Em D § 90 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 17 New York state public-benefit corporations — and authorities operate like quasi private corporations, with boards of directors appointed by elected officials. Public authorities share characteristics with government agencies, but they are exempt from many state and local regulations. Of… …

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  • 18 New York State public benefit corporations — and authorities operate like quasi private corporations, generally with boards appointed by elected officials. They re a form of government bureaucracy in one sense but, unlike government agencies, public benefit corporations are exempt from some …

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  • 19 confiscate — con·fis·cate / kän fə ˌskāt/ vt cat·ed, cat·ing: to seize without compensation as forfeited to the public treasury compare criminal forfeiture ◇ Illegal items such as narcotics or firearms, or profits from the sale of illegal items, may be… …

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  • 20 confiscate — v. a. Cause to be forfeited, condemn to public use …

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