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Money paid by an offender in compensation for loss, damages or injury. To give something back to its rightful owner.
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(n) the act of restoring something to its original state(n) getting something back again(n) a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
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Return of something to its rightful owner. Also, giving the equivalent for any loss, damage or injury.
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Requiring return of stolen goods to the victim or payment to the victim for harm caused.
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Return or restoration of some specific thing to its rightful owner or status. Compensation for loss; esp., full or partial compensation paid by a criminal to a victim, not awarded in a civil trial for tort, but ordered as part of a criminal sentence or as a condition of probation. In the context of the fight against the illicit traffic in cultural [..]
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The act of making good or giving equivalent of any loss, damage, or injury.
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An amount of money set by the court to be paid to the victim of a crime for property losses or injuries caused by the crime.
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A sentence that requires the payment of money to a victim.
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The sentence often used instead of a fine or imprisonment, designed to restore the victim to his or her condition before the crime.
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Return of Container to Port (or other designated location as specified by the leasing shipping line) 
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lang=en 1600s=1678 * '''1678''' — . ''''. *: Yea, he did hold me to it at that rate also, about a great many more things than here I relate; as, that it was a shame to sit whining and mourning un [..]
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In cytogenetics, the spontaneous rejoining of broken chromosomes to reconstitute the original chromosome configuration.
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early 14c., from Old French restitucion or directly from Latin restitutionem (nominative restitutio) "a restoring," noun of action from past participle stem of restituere "set up again, [..]
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Returning property or its monetary value to the rightful owner. The losing party in a negligence or contracts case may be ordered to make restitution, such as restoring ruined landscaping. A criminal [..]
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n. Restoration of anything to the one to whom it properly belongs.
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A series of significant conditions determined by the decisions taken according to the products of the demodulation process.
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The act of making good for something that is lost or taken away. Japanese Canadians were deprived of their possessions, livelihood, rights and freedoms from 1941 to 1949. They were victims of injustic [..]
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Action taken in which something is rightfully restored which had been lost or stolen; making good or compensating for a loss.
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noun Definition: the giving of something back to it's rightful owner: making up with payment or service for an injury Example Sentence: Part of his punishment was restitution for [..]
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a process of compensation for losses.
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Restitution is a monetary payment sometimes ordered to be made as part of a judgment in negligence and/or contracts cases to restore a loss. In criminal cases, it may be one of the penalties imposed a [..]
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The RAD child should be required to pay restitution at two or three times the cost of anything that is damaged through carelessness or rage. The purpose of this is not only to teach responsibility, bu [..]
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Either financial reimbursement to the victim or community service imposed by the court for a crime committed.
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The act of making good or giving equivalent for any loss, damage or injury.
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The Court may order the offender, on application of the Crown, or on its own, to pay monetary compensation (restitution) where loss, damage or injury has resulted from the offence to the victim.
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Act of giving the equivalent for any loss, damage, or injury.
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"Restitution" has the meaning given that term in ORS 137.103 (Definitions for ORS 137.101 to 137.109).
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Court-ordered payment to restore goods or money to the victim of a crime by the offender.
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Court action that requires perpetrators to make financial payments to their victims, usually as a condition of probation or leniency in sentencing.
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The act of restoring or giving the equivalent value to compensate for an injury, damage, or loss.
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  1. A requirement by the court as a condition of a revocable sentence, or earlier in the criminal justice process, that the offender replaces the loss imposed by his or her offenses. 2. Money receiv [..]
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Returning to the proper owner property or the monetary value of loss.
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Direct payments made from criminal to victim as compensation for a crime.
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Payments that a judge may order a youth to make either to a particular crime victim or to a crime victims’ fund. Restitution is part of a youth’s disposition or sentence and is generally based on [..]
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Money paid by offenders to victims to compensate victims for their losses or injuries resulting from a crime. Restitution can also take the form of free labor.
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The sentence often used instead of a fine or imprisonment, designed to restore the victim to his or her condition before the crime.
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 Advocates will help you tell the court what your losses are and how much money needs to be paid back to you by the person who committed the crime.
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A court ordered condition of a sentence requiring a convicted offender to repay the victim money or services for the monetary losses that resulted from the crime committed by that offender.
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Amount of money to be paid by the defendant to the victim in order to reimburse the victim for property stolen, damages, or injuries caused at the time of the crime.
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The act of making good or giving equivalent of any loss, damage, or injury.
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To make good the damage caused or to restore a plaintiff to the situation they were in before the events of a dispute.
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1. A requirement by the court as a condition of a revocable sentence, or earlier in the criminal justice process, that the offender replaces the loss imposed by his or her offenses. 2. Money received from a probationer for payment of damages.
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n. 1) returning to the proper owner property or the monetary value of loss. Sometimes restitution is made part of a judgment in negligence and/or contracts cases. 2) in criminal cases, one of the pena [..]
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A condition of probation requiring the defendant to repay the victim his/her loss.
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Any money that a juvenile offender is ordered to pay to his or her victim(s). Restitution is frequently ordered to repay victims for any out of pocket losses that occurred solely as a result of the ju [..]
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A sentence that requires the payment of money to a victim.
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Act giving the equivalent for any loss, damage or injury.
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To pay back. Usually a special condition of probation requiring the defendant to reimburse the victim of a crime for any financial losses incurred as a result of the crime.
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Full, partial, or nominal payment of certain damages, such as the money equivalent of property taken, destroyed, broken or otherwise harmed, and losses such as medical expenses and costs of psychological treatment or counseling.
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Payments ordered by the judge to repay victims for economic losses incurred as the result of the crime (property loss or injuries). Does not include compensation for pain and suffering, emotional dist [..]
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the restoration of former rights in land to previous owners of that land.  In a sense, restitution involves the re-privatization of land and property or the creation of new property rights over land [..]
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n. 1) returning to the proper owner property or the monetary valu...
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1 a : a restoration of something to its rightful owner b : a making good of or giving an equivalent for some injury 2 a : the equitable remedy of restoring to an aggrieved party that which was ...
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Giving back what has been provided (under a contract), stolen, or seized to pay a debt.
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putting back or repairing something
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An amount of money that the defendant must pay to the victim for the victim's out-of-pocket costs due to the defendant's criminal acts. Rule 412 Hearing: A hearing under Minnesota Rule of Evidence 412, which controls when and if the previous sexual history of a victim of sexual assault might be introduced as evidence in trial. It might be [..]
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After conviction, a defendant can be ordered to pay the victim for financial losses.
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A court order requiring a person who committed a crime, as a condition of a sentence, to repay the victim money or services to compensate for the monetary losses that resulted from the commission of t [..]
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Grisebach is aware of the responsibility of sensitively handling works of art with unexplained ownership due to misappropriation during the Nazi regime, and has lived up to this responsibility since t [..]
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