The criterion of public interest in acquisition A comparative study
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2016, Volume 5, Issue 19 part 1, Pages 1-34
Public interest is the only path charted by the legislator and whack from which to do expropriation proceedings or expropriation and compromising the constitutional right guaranteed by the Constitution as a right of private property, and the concept of the public interest is one of the flexible concepts associated with the philosophy of the state and its system and vary the public interest in the concept and scope depending on prevailing in the State of Philosophy in if the philosophy of liberalism that determine public interest on the basis of conflict with private interest, or in the framework of the interventionist philosophy which gives a wide range of public interest, especially with the entry of the state in the economic field, and the jurisprudence did not agree on a precise definition of the public interest, but put several criteria to determine this interest has these standards have been affected temporal evolution of society as the legislation this public interest did not know did not identify objective criteria, but have only mentioned public interest justification for the acquisition or the removal of private property.
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