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landholder

noun estate owner, freeholder, holder of legal title, landlord, landowner, leaseholder, one who has land, owner of an estate in land, owner of the fee, owner of the fee simple absolute, property holder, propprty owner, proprietor, real property holder, real property owner, titleholder
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As the majority landholder within the annexation area, the Bushnell Family Trust (owners of the proposed College Park property) will have the majority vote.
Its AMREP Southwest subsidiary is a major landholder and a leading developer of real estate in New Mexico.
Our changes are a big plus for sustainable water resource management, landholder protection and Reef protection.
According to press release issued here on Thursday, small landholder farmers from Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and Balochistan are coming together at China Chowk, Islamabad.
The consortium undertook wide-ranging landholder and community consultation before establishing a community program to remove, control and monitor the weeds in accessible parts of the lagoons.
So all the land we picked up, and we are the biggest landholder in Timmins, was all selected based on more prospectivity, rather than less prospectivity, so we had the choice, and that was part of our strategy.
The purchase that made Drey the state's largest individual landholder came in 1954.
The land position covers more than 2,500 square kilometers of granted tenements both for exploration and mining, which would make IGC the dominant landholder in the region.
AMREP, through another subsidiary, is also a major landholder and leading developer of real estate in New Mexico.
The Company is a large landholder in Mongolia's south Gobi Desert, near the Chinese border and has acquired new copper assets in western Mongolia.
It's now a question of to what extent the landholder should bear the public cost of conservation, and vice versa.
Or agreements might be legally binding: landholders and funding bodies agree to a legal covenant that commits the landholder to the management of vegetation remnants for conservation and the funding body to the provision of financial assistance.