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landowner

noun agrorum possessor, estate owner, freeholder, holder of legal title, landed proprietor, landlord, owner of an estate in land, owner of land, owner of real estate, owner of real property, owner of the fee, property holder, property owner, proprietor, real propprty holder, real property owner, titleholder
Associated concepts: landowner's liability
See also: landholder, proprietor, tenant
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One survey showed it costs landowners PS844 on average to clean up each fly-tipping incident.
But the research also found that over one in three rural landowners have been prevented from investing in housing - with the principal barrier being the planning regime, not an unwillingness to build, the CLA says.
The trial court granted IEPC's pretrial motion to exclude the landowners' testimony since the landowners had "no opinion"; the court stated it was not going to "allow someone to facially come up with a number and not be able to support it.
He said landowners accepted the compensation offer of the provincial government.
The three studies surveyed landowners in Arkansas, Florida, and Virginia in 2007 and focused on woody biomass harvesting.
Perhaps the most important objective of landowners is to ensure compensation is paid over the full term of the lease.
Talking to landowners, the Chief Minister said he was personally supervising the process of payment of compensation to the landowners of Orange Line Metro Train Project.
There are many landowners in the North East who are perfectly prepared to forego self-enrichment for what they see as the greater public good.
Timber Update overcomes these challenges by providing free educational services and connecting landowners with the most reputable timber companies the industry has to offer.
The CLA is lobbying Government to create a new ticketing scheme that would enable landowners to take fly-tipped rubbish to their local tip free of charge.
With these resources an agent can go to the appraisal district with more updated and accurate information to identify the affected landowners, and do so with fewer mistakes.
The best thing to do is to try and approach landowners in a way that shows them how having this species on their property can actually benefit them.