landowner


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landowner

noun agrorum possessor, estate owner, freeholder, holder of legal title, landed proprietor, landlord, owner of an estate in land, owner of land, owner of real estate, owner of real property, owner of the fee, property holder, property owner, proprietor, real propprty holder, real property owner, titleholder
Associated concepts: landowner's liability
See also: landholder, proprietor, tenant
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Once a desirable relationship is established, marketing effort and landowner involvement is minimal compared to other arrangements.
The triumph of the Neo-Destour over the original Destour required funding from large landowners and the mobilization of the rural masses.
A landowner who obtains an incidental take permit from the U.
America's largest landowners own 34 million acres, an area larger than the states of Delaware, Hawaii, Maryland, and West Virginia combined.
Vermont Gas Systems announced that it will open a direct dialogue with a group of landowners who raised concerns the proposed extension of Vermont's natural gas infrastructure into Addison County and about the firm's negotiations with landowners.
Timber Updates also creates competition by providing landowners with multiple bids from timber companies, ensuring that each landowner receives the best price for their timber.
A PRESSURE group is encouraging farmers and landowners to report waste dumped illegally in gateways, fields and hedgerows over Christmas so the police can measure the scale of the problem.
Because this was an issue of first impression in South Dakota, the court reviewed cases from other jurisdictions and formulated the rule that a landowner's compensation for loss of access may arise when (1) a property abuts a proposed controlled-access highway, (2) the state takes a portion of the property in a condemnation proceeding for the highway, (5) the state mitigates some compensable element of damage based on the state's designation of a feature of the project, (4) the state subsequently eliminates that feature, and (5) the landowner can prove special damages.
This is when the landowner becomes alarmed and confused, and the only person there to deal with the situation is the inspector or construction crew.
So if a landowner does things to improve the habitat for the prairie dog, it simultaneously helps improve the grazing conditions for their livestock.
The rural economy experts want the Environment Protection Act 1990 amended to ensure landowners are not held responsible for the clearing-up costs when hazardous wastes are fly-tipped.
LANDOWNERS are being urged to carry out some immediate checks ahead of changes in legislation.