Whiteacre

Whiteacre

A fictitious designation used by legal writers to describe a parcel of land.

Whiteacre is frequently used with Blackacre, another fictitious designation, in order to distinguish one piece of land from another.

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The blue Ford Fiesta ploughed into the property on Whiteacre Road in Ashtonunder-Lyne, Tameside, just before 2pm yesterday afternoon.
If one looks at a map of the plots of land in a particular neighborhood--any neighborhood anywhere--the parcels within it are drawn so as not to cover the same ground; Whiteacre does not start until Blackacre ends.
The property at The Ardens is one of two new residences being developed by Whiteacre Homes and offers private driveway parking with a detached double garage.
Prices at scrap yards are quoted per unit weight depending on market conditions and scrap yard dealers may have incentives to even encourage theft (Kooi 2010; Whiteacre and Howes 2009).
Whiteacre Road, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, OL69NS.
Suppose I own the parcel of land called Whiteacre and there is a neighboring parcel owned by another called Blackacre.
The Lawrences say they have tried other pubs, including The Dog Inn at Water Orton, The Gate Inn at Nether Whiteacre and The Griffin Inn at Shustoke - but it's The Plough that has ultimately won their hearts.
As follows: Air Products wish to add an Operating Centre to keep 3 Vehicles at: Whiteacre Road Industrial Estate, Nuneaton CV11 6BY Owners or occupiers of Land (including buildings) near the operating Centre, who believes that their use or enjoyment of that land would be affected, should make written representation to Traffic Commissioner at: Hillcrest House, Harehills Lane, Leeds LS9 0NE Stating their reasons, within 21 days of this notice.
Walsh, reviewed by Kevin Whiteacre, March/April 2014, page 71
The women performed Seal Lullaby by Eric Whiteacre and Hammerstein and Kern's Can't Help Lovin' that Man They impressed worldrenowned adjudicator Vivien Pike with their accurate and well-blended rhythms.
While community-based service providers have generally been neglected in Australian research, there is some scholarship from the United Kingdom and the United States that discusses the perspectives of service providers or staff working in criminal-justice contexts (Barton, 1999a, 1999b; Barton & Quinn, 2002; Hunter, McSweeney, & Turnbull, 2005; Seddon, Williams, & Ralphs, 2012; Whiteacre, 2007; Wild, Newton-Taylor, Ogborne, Mann, & Erickson, 2001).
After formation, AB purchases Whiteacre (FMV of $100 and tax basis of $100).