angary

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an·ga·ry

 (ăng′gə-rē)
n.
In international law, the right of a belligerent to seize and use the property of a neutral where that property is within the belligerent's jurisdiction, there is pressing need, and compensation is provided. Also called angaria.

[Late Latin angaria, service to a lord, from Greek angareia, impressment for public service, from angaros, conscript courier; perhaps of Iranian origin and akin to Greek angelos, messenger.]

angary

(ˈæŋɡərɪ)
n
(Law) international law the right of a belligerent state to use the property of a neutral state or to destroy it if necessary, subject to payment of full compensation to the owners
[C19: from French angarie, from Late Latin angaria enforced service, from Greek angareia office of a courier, from angaros courier, of Persian origin]

angary

the right of a nation at war to destroy the property of a neutral, subject to indemnification.
See also: Law, War
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