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compulsory

(kŏm-pŭl′sor-ē)
1. Compelling action against one's will.
2. Required.
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In this case, the acquiring authority changed their plans regarding the construction of a high school, which was to be constructed on another piece of land which had been compulsorily acquired and the relevant compensation paid.
Recorded accidents, incidents and the concerns of other staff will also help to support a decision to compulsorily retire an employee.
No-one can argue with this principle but a system of valuation based solely on reference to a table of figures and with no emphasis on the animal that is being compulsorily slaughtered by Welsh Government is fair to neither party.
Regarding the Saudi pensioner re-engaging in an employment, Al-Abduljabbar said that "If the Saudi pensioner did not attain the age of 60, he should be subject compulsorily to the Annuities Branch and the Occupational Hazard Branch.
Mr Frew said: "These are the people who will be compensated at the point the authorities compulsorily purchase the land.
Perhaps we should ask the owner Edmund Thornhill exactly which fields he would prefer to see compulsorily purchased?
After this date Alere will buy the rest of the shares compulsorily at the same price as in the bid.
Aragon securityholders who do not accept the Offers before the end of the Offer period (currently 27 April 2011) may have their Aragon shares and options compulsorily acquired by Westgold.
BAE confirmed the workers would be made compulsorily redundant while around 2000 will leave voluntarily or move to other jobs in the company.
The issue is compulsorily convertible into stock, the lender said without giving further information.
The companya€™s RO10 million compulsorily convertible bond issue on rights basis is expected to open shortly, which will take the net worth to RO44.
Why on earth has the council not moved to compulsorily purchase this much-loved amenity now so acutely under threat?