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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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Of previous NIPF landowner studies, only three have been conducted in Virginia since 2007 (Shivan and Mehmood 2010, 2012; Joshi and Mehmood 2011).
It should not leave the landowner in limbo for an unnecessarily extended time.
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.
A landowner who understands the need to be on his property, is comfortable with the equipment and process on his property, knows he has a contact to direct questions and concerns, and is confident property damages will be addressed, is the same landowner who will stay out of the way and let the crews on site do their job.
Verl Bagley a landowner who has enrolled 70 acres (28 hectares) in an SHA, can attest to this.
Helen, a member of the agricultural team at Warwickshire law firm Lodders, said all landowners who think some of their land might be unregistered should seek legal advice.
Zhang found that "regulatory uncertainty and lack of positive economic incentives alter landowner timber harvesting behavior and hinder endangered species conservation on private lands.
Legislation passed in recent years to help promote access to the countryside by creating more public rights of way can prove a headache for private landowners, Birmingham solicitor Williamson & Soden has warned.
The Center for Absentee Landowners has been established to work with the vast numbers of absentee landowners who own agricultural property in the United States.
During this session, FWS, GDNR, DoD biologists and natural resource professionals provided focused assistance tailored to a conservation caring landowner with specific needs.
These voluntary agreements reduce the landowners' annual taxes and provide onetime cash payments that allow landowners to hold onto their forests and invest in future operations.