Angary

Angary (Lat. jus angariae; Fr. droit d`angarie; Ger. Angarie; from the Gr. ἀγγαρεία, (angaria), the office of an ἄγγαρος, courier or messenger), is the name given to the right of a belligerent (most commonly, a government or other party in conflict) to seize and apply for the purposes of war (or to prevent the enemy from doing so....
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angary

In international law, the right of a belligerent state to use, or destroy, neutral property on their own or enemy territory or on the open sea, for the purpose of offence or defence. ...
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angary

in international law, the right of belligerents to requisition for their use neutral merchant vessels, aircraft, and other means of transport that ...
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Angary

NavalThe Right of Angary. The right, recognised in international law, of a belligerent to seize for his own use the shipping of a neutral power.
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angary

the right of a belligerent to seize neutral property
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