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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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We acknowledge most landholders are doing the right thing, and looking after their land.
Before the mine was approved, Queensland imposed 190 conditions to protect landholders, groundwater resources, flora and air quality.
He said Pakistan inherited feudal system from British Raja and that is why land distribution in Pakistan is highly unequal as 5% of large landholders possess 64% of total farm land and 65% small farmers hold 15% of land.
The information is published in six local languages and specifically addresses traditional authorities, landholders, women and vulnerable groups.
One may ask whether transparency and the requirement that local landholders consent to a sale is enough to protect people living in poverty.
Indeed, Yarrington gives us the unexpected view of members of indigenous communities fighting for the enforcement of privatization laws, which favored community members over creole landholders in the region.
Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially include the possibility that we are unable to come to final terms with our employee candidates or targeted landholders or mineral title holders or that they receive better offers than we can provide.
Overview Objectives : The Government of Lao PDR has acknowledged that paying local landholders to provide environmental services is a prospective mechanism for achieving environmental management goals and improving the livelihoods of landholders.
Historically, our markets have rewarded farmers and miners, but generally failed to conserve environmental and cultural goods and services because they don't send the right signals to landholders and others--signals that would encourage sustainable use and management of natural resources.
As competition for political and economic resources continually intensified, the practice of endogamy became even more widespread as more and more landholders appropriated it.
Matador and Austminex are scheduled to finalize terms within the next few weeks whereby they will consolidate the CGP assets and certain ATX tenements under their Redemption Joint Venture to become the largest landholders in the Coolgardie Gold Belt located in Western Australia, 560km east of Perth and 35 km south of the "Super Pit" at Kalgoorlie.
Landholders in all states and territories can nominate land for a facility to safely store Australia s intermediate level waste and dispose of low level waste, under the National Radioactive Waste Management Act 2012.