real burden

real burden

in Scots property law, a right exercisable against property and which runs with the land regardless of transfer of ownership. See e.g. SERVICE BURDEN, COMMUNITY BURDEN.
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The high cost of fuel over recent years has been a real burden and continues to be so.'
She said: "My mum's illness has been tough on us all but it is a real burden to bear when you are competing in the Olympics.
Around 37% of people said they worried about money, and this was leading to problems such as depression, sleepless nights and arguments with their partners, according to financial information website moneybasics.co.uk One in five people admitted they did not feel in control of their finances and 12% said their money worries had become a real burden.
It has risen remorselessly every year, far outstripping the rate of inflation, and is now a real burden on taxpayers.
Hadrian's Wall runs right through the farm, and the land is riddled with public footpaths, so we get our fair share of visitors and not having to worry about them having any potential close encounters with cattle is a real burden off my mind."
Afterwards, he said: "There is a real burden on both of us to find a solution to the problem.
Unions have been pressing for compulsory audits to make sure women were not being paid less than men, but the CBI said this would have little impact on the gender gap while putting a 'real burden' on companies.
The assembly should consider all those Cardiff residents for whom this year's council tax payments are a real burden.
'These are a real burden while we need to compete in a global market.
He said: ``Student debt is a real worry but the main debt is not the fees, the real burden is living costs.
``A run of defeats like that (11, including pre-season fixtures) becomes more and more difficult to break and was becoming a real burden on the players.
Mr Simon Boardman-Weston, chairman of the IoD's Midlands branch, said: "Coming on top of the recent Working Time Directive, this proposal represents a real burden on small to medium-sized businesses.