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compulsory

(kŏm-pŭl′sor-ē)
1. Compelling action against one's will.
2. Required.
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On June 27, high-ranking Indian Revenue Service officers including 12 officers from the Central Board of Direct Taxes were compulsorily retired.
Uungani Settlement Self-Help Group chairperson David Mila said LR No 14231 was owned by Douglas before the government compulsorily acquired it.
The move would create a new body covering an area defined as 'town centre west', with powers to compulsorily purchase sites and provide financial support and business rates discounts, designed to show developers and investors they can have long-term confidence in the public sector's plans.
He ordered her to be compulsorily detained for six months.
Consequently, the owners of the compulsorily acquired properties do not have a protected "right" to the non-abandonment of the compulsory acquisition by the acquiring authority.
Thiruvananthapuram Starting Monday, over 5,000 employees at the Kerala State Secretariat here will have to compulsorily record their biometric attendance when they come to office and repeat this when they leave in the evening.
Bank Muscat has informed the market that compulsorily convertible bonds (CCBs) issued in 2013 will be converted into common equity shares of the Bank on 20th March 2016 as per the terms of the prospectus.
(Sabadell) announced that it had commenced the procedures available to it under section 979 of the Companies Act 2006 (the Act) to compulsorily acquire those TSB Banking Group plc Shares which it did not already own.
Employers can now only compulsorily retire employees if they can objectively justify the retirement.
Earlier, the government had announced that the multiplexes should compulsorily show Marathi films in one of its screen during prime time 6 pm to 9 pm.
Cattle compulsorily slaughtered by Welsh Government as a result of a TB incident are currently valued on their individual merits.
The central bank has cut the amount of capital that commercial banks must compulsorily park with it.