freeholder


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freeholder

a person in possession of a FREEHOLD building or estate in land.
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The freeholders said the matter has been returned to the Monmouth County Solid Waste Advisory Council (SWAC).
You may also need the freeholder's permission (or the permission of the other freeholders if you own a share of the freehold) to do alterations to your flat or maisonette, depending on what the lease says (this applies to leasehold houses too), and obtaining permission may not be straightforward.
The repairs and maintenance within the confines of your property are your responsibility, but you will often need to get approval from a freeholder to make any significant changes.
Second, it is hard for me to see how FDR intended Social Security to generate more freeholders.
And it is unlikely any freeholder could alter the terms of the lease or increase the ground rent.
At the dedication ceremony, County Freeholder James K.
The Freeholder raised the issue immediately after this fire, insisting that a plentiful water supply was badly needed and that a waterworks system would pay for itself in several years.
I wanted to find a device to close the Camden incinerator," admits Mark Lohbauer, who became a Camden county freeholder in 1992.
Magazzu, a Freeholder for the Cumberland County Board of Chosen Freeholders, served last year as NJAC's First Vice President.
The 2017 program is a continuation of the freeholder boards continuing policy of maintaining and improving the countys high quality road network, according to a release issued by the county.
If you need to dig down to create more head height, the freeholder or other freeholders (if you own a share of the freehold) may object to you increasing the size of your flat downwards and ask you to buy the extra space from them or, indeed, refuse to sell it to you, scuppering your plans for the cellar.
Generally speaking, you should try to avoid them since real difficulties can arise - for example, if you have a landlord or freeholder who cannot be traced, and the other leaseholder doesn't want to do the work required on, say, the roof.