Article (18) Basic Law of Governance stipulates: "The State shall guarantee the freedom to own private property and its inviolability. No one shall be deprived of his property except for the public interest, provided that the owner be fairly compensated". Article (19) of the same Law states: "The public expropriation of property shall be prohibited, and the penalty of private expropriation may be imposed only by a court order". The Kingdom's laws include many provisions for the purpose of implementing these principles, along with determining the statutory controls of expropriation and seizure of property. For example, the Law of Law of Expropriation of Real Estate for Public Benefit and Provisional Seizure of Property, promulgated by Royal Decree No. M/15, dated 11/03/1424H, corresponding to 13/05/2003, states in Article (1) that before the expropriation of a real-estate property for public benefit, it is required to check whether or not there are governmental lands and real estate property available to meet the needs of the project and to give the person whose property has been expropriated a fair compensation. Under Article (18) of the Law, compensation for the expropriated property for public benefit must be dispensed within two years from the date of issue of the approval decision to initiate the expropriation procedures. A person whose property has been expropriated is entitled to request a re-appraisal of his property. In addition, Article (24) of the same Law stresses the right of appeal of the concerned person before the Board of Grievances against all decisions of the committees and administrative agencies that are taken in accordance with the provisions of the Law. The Execution Law also contains several provisions, all of which aim to ensure the stability of rights and transactions between individuals. Article (9) of the Law stipulates that no forcible execution may be carried out except by an execution document of a right of a specified amount at the time of payment, namely one of the execution documents specified in this Article. The Law has specified the controls relating to provisional and executive seizure of property, and stipulated that this could only be carried out by an order of the execution judge, as required by the case under his review. In addition, to execute all the procedures of confiscation relating to criminal cases, a judicial ruling must be issued to this effect.