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It is known industry wide as a land developer that works with passion and integrity, creating communities where people have the opportunity to interact.
Prominent land developer Theoodoros Aristodimou, his wife, and two others, have been remanded in custody for eight days in connection with zoning violations in Paphos.
CAMP VICENTE LIM -- Two persons were confirmed dead while six others were wounded in a shooting between the personnel of a private land developer and some residents on a property being developed for a government housing project in Morong, Rizal, on Thursday.
One of such petitions include that of Pa Amadasun, a land developer, who told the committee that he was attacked by thugs loyal to one Victor Ugiagbe for refusing to pay additional money to develop a parcel of land measuring 100 by 100 feet for which he (Amadasun) had paid N500, 000 for nine years ago, he said.
Amtzis honed his legal skills for nearly 30 years at Lee & Amtzis, the Staten Island-based firm he operated until 2011 with attorney and land developer R.
In the 19-page ruling, Superior Court Judge Helen Bendix rejected the suit filed by the farmers against the city and land developer Ralph Horowitz.
Land developer David Appel has been charged with trying to bribe Sharon - then foreign minister - in the 1990s.
The Japan unit of Hong Kong land developer Pacific Century Group said Thursday it will build a 31-story building in central Tokyo on land the group bought last year.
This new procedure will allow any municipality, land developer, or utility owner to address railroad crossing concerns and remove any permitting fees and/or annual rental agreement fees that are not valid under the law.
He failed to provide information on his business dealings as a Sacramento land developer,'' said Westly campaign spokesman Nick Velasquez.
Federal brownfields law says that those who purchase previously tainted properties can be protected from federal liability if they perform a property investigation called 'all appropriate inquiry' before taking title to the property, but until now, it was unclear what such an investigation entailed or who was qualified to undertake it," said NAHB member Marty Mitchell, a land developer with Mitchell & Best Homebuilders based in Rockville, Maryland.

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