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landlocked

adj. referring to a parcel of real property which has no access or egress (entry or exit) to a public street and cannot be reached except by crossing another's property. In such a case there is an "implied easement" over the adjoining lot from which it was created (carved out).

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THE EUROPEAN Commission has been authorised by the European Union (EU) Council of Ministers to negotiate a comprehensive energy agreement with Switzerland, which would see the landlocked country participating in liberalised EU electricity markets.
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