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land lease

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He asserted that the country needed radical changes in the economic policies for enhancing ease of doing business, for which land lease incentives can play pivotal role.
The KP government rejected the NAB's claims about Malam Jabba land lease and insisted that a dispute was going on between the forest and tourism departments over the ownership of that land.
The valuation of the land lease rights was undertaken by two international, independent valuation experts.
The removal of land lease tax is expected to encourage more non-nationals to invest with ease in the growth and development of Sri Lanka's smaller cities.
"Residences in land lease buildings typically trade 20 to 30 percent less than equivalent properties," said John Janangelo, the executive vice president of Douglas Elliman Property Management.
The land lease took effect on 15 July 2014 and is renewable on a yearly basis.
The start bid for the annual land lease must be at least AED1mn ($272,258).
Revenue from 16th section land leases, according to Hosemann's figures, generate about $70 million annually, which is far less than the more than $2 billion the state spends on public education.
Muscat: Freezone Sohar is going to sign a land lease agreement with a joint venture firm for building a ferrochrome smelter, which will be the fourth ferrochrome project coming up in Sohar that will take the total envisaged capacity to approximately two million tonnes per annum.
The Italian company bought the unfinished building in 2008 but signed a land lease contract as late as May 2010.
A total of 84 land lease contracts were signed in 2010 for an average of 85,000 square metres of land leased each month.
BEAVERTON, OR--Merix (merix.com) has reached a binding agreement to sell the building and long-term land lease of its former Hong Kong manufacturing facility for HK$85.8 million (US$11.1 million).