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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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The landlords have occupied a large portion of the land in different parts of the country despite the fact that the department had resumed the land from those landholders.
However, prescribed fire is more common and we suggest that this, combined with living with the threat of bushfire events, may have the potential to extend landholder horizons beyond property boundaries and beyond relatively short-term observations of biophysical responses to human actions.
At the end of the assessment and public consultation the government will negotiate with the landholder of the selected site.
How can landholders on adjoining properties be encouraged to cooperate to manage linked areas of private land sufficient for biodiversity conservation?
The landholder trusts that the harvester will conduct harvest in a professional manner and will contribute to management of the pastoral lease where appropriate.
To look at it closely you will see that they are blaming the small landholder for the bird flu pandemic that hasn't and may never happen, with or without their interference in our lives.
Meanwhile one landholder and a scientist are back to the drawing board, redesigning their punt as a weed rake--while the trees of Lagoon Creek look down on their new reflections.
New legislation introduced into Parliament today will provide landholders and resource
They further asserted that the company had sidelined key, dissatisfied stakeholders, through preferential manoeuvring of more positive, company aligned, landholder groups.
The Company is a large landholder in Mongolia's south Gobi Desert, near the Chinese border.
The Burnett Mary Regional Group will also receive $125,000 to work with other regional NRM bodies to increase landholder understanding of the importance of soil health and soil biology in sustainable agriculture and land management systems in the Burnett Mary region.
It's now a question of to what extent the landholder should bear the public cost of conservation, and vice versa.