real burden

real burden

in Scots property law, a right exercisable against property and which runs with the land regardless of transfer of ownership. See e.g. SERVICE BURDEN, COMMUNITY BURDEN.
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The GLOSS consists of forming the evidence base that helps define the real burden of maternal and neonatal sepsis and assess the current practice of conducting such patients.
It is a real burden for us since we have a family-owned business, and we need to be reachable 24/7 online for inquiries.
Veterans should not have to worry about how to get to their health care appointments, but too often travel is a real burden, especially for veterans in rural communities, said Rep.
Catherine Bush, director of Bush Funeral Services, said although costs for funeral homes will remain the same, the real burden is placed on grieving families.
Lebanon has taken on a real burden in hosting more than a million Syrian refugees, but it should not have to do this alone," said Bassam Khawaja, Lebanon researcher at Human Rights Watch.
But the real burden is imposed by a history shaped by more than two men.
With much of the world facing very low inflation, and even the possibility of outright decline in the price level, the real burden of debt has been increasing.
But speaking in Glasgow on Friday night, Lennon admitted the financial gulf is a real burden for Scottish clubs' ambitions.
While fuel prices have fallen, the disproportionate amount of tax levied on petrol and diesel would have made a tax rise unjustified as well as being a real burden on those operating in the taxi, haulage and logistics industries.
True, deflation does increase the real burden of existing debt.
The real burden is on the shoulders of our imprisoned friends.
It is not just about filling in a form, it is going to be a real burden.