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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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Measures of landholding inequality within Africa's smallholder farming systems are not as high as "latifundia" Latin America, but are considerably higher than in most Asian countries and appear to be rising over time.
After years of negotiation, it has finalised the deal, paying EUR2million to An Blascaod Mor Teoranta, which owns 17 of the 25 landholdings on the 1,100-acre isle.
16] In all this the "salient point" was the nature of the landholding systems.
In a separate chapter, Zell proceeds to examine Kentish patterns of landholding, which was characterized by gentry consolidation but was also flexible enough to encompass lesser owners such as family farmers who increasingly focused on commercial and profitable economic activity in agriculture as well as industry.
Several of the chapters concentrate on landholding, labor relations, and the family from the mid-nineteenth century up to the mid-twentieth.
During the past several years, substantial planning, drainage and environmental investigations have been undertaken for the whole Keralup landholding, he said.
As a landowning elite these sectors had for some time been increasingly oriented toward the market and thus cannot be characterized as "feudal" or merely "pre-capitalist," but neither did they constitute a new-style, innovative "agrarian bourgeoisie," for new landholdings were generally integrated into the economic functions and culture of the existing elite.
Secretary Sangcopan said there are still 967 pending CLOs in the regional DAR office that covers more than 2,000 hectares of landholdings in the provinces of Sulu, Basilan, Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao.
The vehicle is aimed at farmers with small landholdings.
Traditionally, the basin has been used for pastoral farming, but more recently, as the alpine region has grown in popularity, large rural landholdings have been subdivided and sold and farm buildings supplanted by individual houses.
The easement is part of a program that will ultimately lead to permanent protection of all of Newhall Land's riverbed landholdings, company officials said.
The ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has begun considering legislation that would allow businesses to count the difference between the book and market values of their landholdings as a part of their capital, LDP officials said Tuesday.