1 The right to requisition arises under the laws and customs of war and occupation. A requisition is a formal authoritative demand by an occupying power or belligerent State for the temporary or permanent use of movable or immovable property or services, in return for compensation. Requisitions should be distinguished from the demands of monetary contributions by the civilian population and administration, which are also permitted, however, only during a period of occupation, not during times of war. The right to requisition is acquired by the occupant or...
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