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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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In order to better understand the volume actually available for harvest, it is essential to evaluate landowner behavior and study their attitudes toward harvesting and the factors that affect decision making.
In some transactions, a landowner enters into an option agreement that gives the solar developer an exclusive right to enter into a lease for a limited time, called an option period.
Timber Updates also creates competition by providing landowners with multiple bids from timber companies, ensuring that each landowner receives the best price for their timber.
A PRESSURE group is encouraging farmers and landowners to report waste dumped illegally in gateways, fields and hedgerows over Christmas so the police can measure the scale of the problem.
This is when the landowner becomes alarmed and confused, and the only person there to deal with the situation is the inspector or construction crew.
Because the best remaining habitat for this threatened species is on private lands, recovery will depend on landowner cooperation.
According to details, on directives of District Session Judge, Sanghar police raided at the private jail owned by landowner Khadam Hussain s/o Sikandar Ali and get release 28 men, women and children.
In December, a landowner contacted ECO Rick Head about an unusual illegal dumping complaint in Otisco.
Unregistered land used for any purpose by the public, including dogwalking, could be the subject of an application by a third party to have it designated as a village green - without any obligation to consult the landowner.
Under Section 9 of the act, it is illegal for a private landowner to engage in activities that could "harm" an endangered species, including habitat modification, without first obtaining a federal permit.
Previously, a path crossing private land would not have become a public footpath unless the landowner had "dedicated" it as a footpath.
The Center for Absentee Landowners has been established to raise awareness of absentee landowner issues and to develop and evaluate innovative outreach approaches designed specifically to target this group of landowners.
Realizing that conservation-minded private landowners and stakeholders would be searching for technical and financial assistance to manage their land, everyone received the updated GDNR's "Landowner's Guide to Conservation Incentives.
With development gobbling up America's timberlands at a rate of two acres a minute, even the most well-funded landowner incentives and aggressive conservation programs may not be enough to keep timberlands as working forests.
Idaho currently provides up to two big game tags to large landowners under its Landowner Appreciation Program as a way of thanking them for maintaining wildlife habitat.