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landowner

old-fashioned A dead body buried in the ground. (A play on the phrase "buy the farm," meaning "to die.") The war left the fields of the country populated with hundreds of anonymous new landowners.

landowner

(ˈlændonɚ)
n. a corpse; a dead person. (see also buy the farm.) Now old Mr. Carlson was a landowner for real.
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The landowners said a resettlement action plan was done years back.
If the landowner agrees to this, the lease should also clearly stipulate that the company pays the taxes directly to the county and the landowner reimburses his significantly smaller share to the company rather than vice versa.
A questionnaire was developed using variables identified as significant predictors of landowner behavior from previous studies of NIPF landowners.
Lease rates will usually depend on the value and availability of property in the surrounding area, the landowner's negotiating power, the expected profitability of the solar farm, the price of the power-purchase agreement and many other factors.
Since the NC Sandhills SHA began, 120 landowners have enrolled approximately 62,659 acres (25,350 hectares) of private forests, golf courses, scout camps, residential communities, schools, town parks and horse farms.
recognize enforcement rights in the landowner, easement holder,
Just recently, they changed two small policies that, while they may seem arcane and mostly meaningless, will make a big difference to landowners who encounter a situation where they are affected.
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 Country Land and Business Association said fly-tipping in rural areas increases over any holiday period, especially Christmas when households generate more waste than usual and the days are shorter and darker - and they want a new scheme introduced so landowners can take the rubbish to local tips free of charge.
'The problem is, some of the landowners had taken deposit payments from the mining operators, making them (land owners) liable to legal action if mining activities cannot proceed.
He assured that after the payments of the first instalments, government will begin payment of the second instalment followed by other installments as agreed between the state government and the landowners explaining that some of the lands were purchased at N30 in 1981 and the state government had increased the amount to a reasonable amount that will be useful to the landowners.
From mid May, Natural Resources Wales and local councils will have extra powers to force landowners to remove fly-tipped waste.
The Senedd has approved the Waste Enforcement (England & Wales) Regulations, 2018, which includes powers to take action against landowners and occupiers to ensure they remove unlawfully present waste.
TIMERGARA -- The Malakand division commissioner has assured the landowners affected by the proposed Sanam Dam in Adenzai area of Lower Dir district of payment of market rates and of addressing their concerns regarding the project's design.
In July 2014, IEPC filed separate complaints for condemnation for permanent and temporary easements against the landowners. In January 2015, IEPC deposed landowners separately and asked them to estimate the fair market value of their respective properties.