owner of land

See: landowner
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Matlooban Bibi, owner of land acquired for the construction of Patrolling Post on the National Highway Road, Kabirwala, Khanewal, lodged a complaint that C and W Department acquired her land and issued a cheque of worth Rs.
ENVIRONMENTALISTS have urged the new owner of land earmarked for a PS100million golf course and luxury hotel not to push ahead with plans.
Similarly, the current rule requiring the owner of land in a non-rural area or the metropolitan region to carry on the primary business on the land is being extended to include a broad range of family members and entities, such as companies and trusts.
Lord William Legge, the Earl of Dartmouth, a UKIP MEP, was the former owner of land on Slaithwaite Moor which has been earmarked for a project by Valley Wind Co-operative.
Peterlee Magistrates Court heard that Deborah Wright, aged 48, from Burnhope Court in Burnhope, was the owner of land at the back of Front Street where the building was erected.
As approved in the town's general bylaws, every owner of land abutting a sidewalk shall cause all snow and ice to be removed to a width of not less than 4 feet from the portion of the sidewalk abutting his land.
She has kept the pony in her house for two years since falling out with the owner of land where the filly grazed.
The site concerned is private property and his ownership is protected by the laws of Bahrain, which give him the full right to use and develop the land within the perimeter specified by the law and municipal regulations for any owner of land in Bahrain.
There is a general presumption of law that the owner of land adjoining a highway is also owner of the soil of one-half of the highway, that is, up to the middle line.
Sandwell Council leader Bill Thomas, a Rowley councillor, said: "The council has become aware that the owner of land off the north side of Portway Hill has sub-divided the land into small plots and some of these plots are to be auctioned by Cottons.
SANTA CLARITA - The City Council faces a closed-door session at its first meeting of the new year to decide whether to appeal a $12 million judgment favoring the bankrupt owner of land now crossed by Santa Clarita's new Golden Valley Road.
The first was Elizabeth Montaqu, wife of Lord Montagu owner of land and coal mining, who lived in Denton Hall in the late 1700.