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compulsory

(kŏm-pŭl′sor-ē)
1. Compelling action against one's will.
2. Required.
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Rupali Restaurant Ltd is the subject of a petition to compulsorily wind it up, with the hearing due to take place at Leeds District Registry next Tuesday.
Rodrigues Haulage, which began trading in about January 1999, was compulsorily wound up at Birkenhead County Court on February 26, 2001 with estimated debts of pounds 22,299.
The company was compulsorily wound up in January, 1997, with an estimated deficit of pounds 119,841.
AMVESCAP intends to apply for the listing of Perpetual Shares on the Official List of the London Stock Exchange to be cancelled after the outstanding Perpetual Shares to which the Offer relates have been compulsorily acquired.
Impala Platinum declared that the government of Zimbabwe will compulsorily buy 50% of mining claims in its company Zimplats Holdings Ltd.
It may be necessary to compulsorily purchase land in the stockbroker village of Hampton-in-Arden, near Solihull, to widen the track between Stechford and Berkswell railway stations.
Ashton shareholders whose shares are compulsorily acquired will, of necessity, be paid later than those who choose to accept the Offer.
A cooperation agreement was signed today allowing the New Zealand Commerce Commission to share compulsorily acquired information and provide investigative assistance to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
He was a director of three related companies - Prompt Paper, Imperial Hygiene and Exclusive Paper - all of which were compulsorily wound up after petitions from trade creditors.
It was compulsorily wound up by the Court on April 23, 1997.
Comalco shareholders whose shares are compulsorily acquired will, of necessity, be paid later than those who choose to accept the offer.
They will be given for animals compulsorily slaughtered after reacting positively to a TB skin test.