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property

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property

Any tangible or intangible thing that is or may be owned by someone.

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The land owner will then have a further two year period in which to regain physical possession of the land.
Rawalpindi -- Scores of land owners staged protest demonstration outside commissioner Rawalpindi office on Monday against officers of the Land Revenue Department for allegedly taking bribes for transferring the land .
In any event, a land owner should never sign an agreement with an operator which states that the operator may install 'such telecommunications equipment as it requires' or other vague definition.
Upon this the counsel replied that the land owners did not want the issue of lease be placed on record so the payment was made through cross cheque.
The land owners in Surezai were paid less than the price per kanal fixed as compensation of land by the Govt.
It is pertinent to mention that without securing title and possession of the land, the Government money was transferred and kept in the account of the land owner, causing loss to the state.
The law should be altered to compensate the land owner, either through tax credits or outright payments, if his land is appropriated for the benefit of society at large.
The Board of Supervisors last week approved $260,000 to buy the property along Escondido Canyon Road from a private land owner, and designated the land as open space.
Revenue sharing option between developer and land owner
In addition to the many other associations of which he is involved, Tom serves on the Board of Directors of the Bellevue Farms Land Owner Association of Idaho.
He said, adding that 80% of the profit would go to the land owner while ADA would keep 20%, "We will raise bank loans against property, give our branding to win the trust of prospective buyers, develop infrastructure, sell properties and pay back cost to the land owner.
Credit strengths include a project that is largely developed with little land owner concentration, debt issuance limited to 90% of benefit assessment, the ability to adjust the assessment annually, and debt service collected one year in advance of payment dates.