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estovers

a right allowed by law to tenants of land to cut timber for fuel and repairs.

ESTOVERS, estates. The right of taking necessary wood for the use or furniture of a house or farm, from off another's estate. The word bote is used synonymously with the word estovers. 2 Bl. Com. 35; Dane's Ab. Index, h.t.; Woodf. L. & T. 232; 10 Wend. 639; 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1652 57.

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Meridian Sea Ltd, 10 Thornbury Road, Estover, Plymouth PL6 7PP.
21 October 2014 -- New York-based financial services firm BNY Mellon (NYSE: BK) said it has been appointed trustee and paying agent for Estover Energy's GBP 48m bond for a new combined heat and power plant in Speyside Scotland.
Estover Energy has been given planning approval for the 25mw combined heat and power plant, which will supply low carbon heat and electricity to Aesica as well as generating power for the national grid.
Estover Primary in Plymouth, Devon, was closed on the advice of the emergency services.
Other rights included the common of estover (the right to collect timber), the common of turbary (the right to cut peat for fuel), and even the delicately termed common of foldage (the right to the manure left by animals on the commons).
Availability was suffering at Asda's Estover store in Plymouth, where our shopper had an otherwise positive experience.
Katie McAdam (although they may know me as Katie Wood), Rendlesham Gardens, Estover, Plymouth, Devon, PL6 8SS.
Speaking from Estover, Plymouth, Mrs Granville said of her son-in-law, ``His life was his family and his work.
Estover Road, Plymouth PL6 7PY, United Kingdom (01752) 202301.
The project is situated in Kent near Sandwich in the UK and has been developed by Estover Energy.