Condemnation by Richard Baker download in iPad, pdf, ePub
Until this has been done the original owner may regain his property, although the ship may have been in possession of the enemy twenty-four hours, or carried infra praesidia. And the rest will I set in order when I come. The sentence or judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction that a ship or vessel taken as a prize on the high seas, was liable to capture, and was properly and legally captured.
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. When land is condemned through eminent domain, owners must be paid just compensation and provided with notice and an opportunity to defend their rights.
This word is also used by common lawyers, though it is more usual to say conviction, both in civil and criminal cases. By the general practice of the law of nations, a sentence of condemnation is, at present, generally deemed necessary in order to divest the title of a vessel taken as a prize.
It is a maxim that no man ought to be condemned unheard, and without the opportunity of being heard. The condemnation of those who would so argue is just. Therefore you will receive greater condemnation.
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