accusation, animadversion, ascription, attack, castigation, censure, charge, chastening, chastisement, chiding, complaint, condemnatio, criticism, denigration, denunciation, deprecation, derogation, disapprobation, disapproval, discountenance, discredit, disdain, disfavor, disparagement, dispraise, execration, expostulation, impeachment, implication, imputation, incrimination, inculpation, invective, objection, objurgation, opposition, rebuke, recrimination, reprehension, reprimand, reproach, reprobation, reproof, repudiation, stricture, vilification, vituperation
conviction, disciplinary action, exaction of penalty, execration, finding of guilty, guilty verdict, infliction, judgment, justice, penalization, penalty, punishing experience, punishment, punition, retribution, retributive justice, sentence
abrogation, acquisition by right of eminent domain, appropriation, arrogation, assumption, commandeering, compulsory acquisition, confiscation, deprivation, dispossession, distraint, distress, divestment, expropriation, forced sale, forcible seizure, foreclosure, impounding, impropriation, municipalization, nationalization, prehension, takeover, taking of property for public use, taking possession
associated concepts: condemnation of land for public use, condemnation proceedings, reverse condemnation, title by condemnation
aspersion, bad repute, blame (culpability), charge (accusation), confutation, contempt (disdain), conviction (finding of guilt), correction (punishment), count, criticism, denunciation, diatribe, disapprobation, disapproval, discredit, disparagement, expropriation (right of eminent domain), ignominy, impeachment, impugnation, inculpation, judgment (formai court decree), onus (stigma), ostracism, outcry, proscription, rebuff, reprimand, reproach, revilement, sanction (punishment)
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
See: eminent domainCategory: Business, LLCs & Corporations → Business Name, Location & LicensesCategory: Real Estate & Rental Property → Homeowners
Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009.
See eminent domain
Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms. www.practicallaw.com. 2010.
The process of implementing eminent domain, whereby the government takes private property for public use.
Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.
The process of implementing eminent domain, whereby the government takes private property for public use.II The legal process by which the government takes private land for public use, paying the owners a fair price. (See eminent domain.)
Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.
n.the legal process by which a governmental body exercises its right of "eminent domain" to acquire private property for public uses (highways, schools, redevelopment, etc.). Condemnation includes a resolution of public need, an offer to purchase, and, if a negotiated purchase is not possible, then a condemnation suit. The government may take the property at the time of suit if it deposits money with the court in the amount of the government's appraisal.
Law dictionary. EdwART. 2013.
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condemnation — [kän΄dem nā′shən, kän΄dəmnā′shən] n. [ME condempnacioun < L condemnatio] 1. a condemning or being condemned 2. a cause for condemning … English World dictionary
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condemnation — n. 1) to issue a condemnation 2) a bitter, harsh, scathing, strong; sweeping condemnation * * * [ˌkɒndəm neɪʃ(ə)n] harsh. scathing strong sweeping condemnation a bitter to issue a condemnation … Combinatory dictionary