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landlocked

adj. referring to a parcel of real property which has no access or egress (entry or exit) to a public street and cannot be reached except by crossing another's property. In such a case there is an "implied easement" over the adjoining lot from which it was created (carved out).

landlocked

adjective buried, completely surrounded, confined, contained, embedded, encased, hemmed in, implanted, locked in, wedged in
Associated concepts: easements, egress, landlocked states
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Where a landlocked property holds limited value compared to comparable parcels with access or road frontage, the tax court has found value where the taxpayer had a right to an easement by necessity.
Under such circumstances, it was presumed, under common law, that the parties intended for the owner of the landlocked parcel of property to continue to have access over a portion of the original grantor's remaining property to a public road for no additional consideration.
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It is of utmost importance to us to create equal opportunities to people living both in coastal and landlocked countries, the latter being too often forgotten in large international projects of this kind," he said.
Heinz Fischer, President of the United Nations General Assembly Sam Kutesa, Under-Secretary-General and High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States Gyan Chandra Acharya, EU Commissioner for International Co-operation and Development Neven Mimica, World Customs Organization Secretary General Kunio Mikuriya, World Trade Organization Director General Robert Carvalho de Azevedo have also addressed the Conference participants.
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