Land tenant

LAND TENANT. He who actually possesses the land. He is technically called the terre-tenant. (q.v.)

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A private land tenant and two dump truck drivers who illegally disposed of construction waste were fined a total of $20,000 by Fanling Magistrates' Courts today (August 1) for contravening the Waste Disposal Ordinance (WDO).
Effective (actual) rent or income received by the tenant, including overage income received by the land tenant from percentage rent provisions from any retail subtenants' leases.
The accompanying grave goods, hundreds of amber beads, gold and bronze fragments, were divided up between them and the land tenant.
Owners and land tenants in Strandzha Nature Park have embraced property that includes the only road to Silistar beach, bTV
These employees prepared fake reports of cultivated lands by certain farmers and agricultural land tenants, proving that they supplied wheat to certain silos and barns.
Along with other landowners along the river, the port's properties have been under a dark cloud due to the impending Superfund cleanup, making it harder to land tenants and financing for developments.
Over the years, airport staff has quietly worked to land tenants like Discovery Air Fire Services, Kasper Aviation and Morgan Fuels.
The farmers I have talked to started out as land tenants.
The HPR will also examine draft law nA;33 of 2015 providing for the debt rescheduling of state agricultural land tenants and the draft law nA;50 of 2015 regarding the creation of the international sustainable tourism organisation to eradicate poverty.
JAFZ maintains a diverse portfolio of land tenants in terms of industry sector and geographic base segments.
This is possibly attributable to Aoa diverse portfolio of land tenants in terms of industry
Locke said Uptown Development has been able to land tenants even in a down economy because of the location of its properties.