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parcel

A piece of real property with its own distinct legal description.

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We booked through Parcel Monkey and chose DX carriers to deliver two large parcels.
The annoying disappearance of parcels left in unsecure places is now a thing of the past as people can now collect their online purchases around the clock via these secure, intelligent parcel box systems.
Every citizen is enabled to see the content on his land parcel and the planned constructions on his parcel or on the nearby parcels, and the business community can see the available land parcels on the entire territory of the Republic of Macedonia", said Slavce Trpeski Director of the Agency for Real Estate Cadastre.
She returned home last Sunday to find her daughter's new duvet had been torn open and dragged around the garden by the dog, in whose kennel the parcel was left.
Specifically, the Commission found Union County should have considered how the sewer allocation policy affects the market value of these parcels and the availability of water to these parcels for residential development.
Transglobal's Manager Director, Lawson Archer, said that the new service was being introduced as a result of customer demand: “Our customers appreciate our competitive rates for international parcel delivery, but with the rise in e-commerce and the increasing volume of parcels moving within the UK, we were aware of the increasing need for a flexible and good value UK parcel delivery option.
These services will have cash on delivery facility which has become a pre-requisite today for e-commerce parcels.
Karam added: "With the new rates, our customers have the most attractive channel of sending parcels to their loved ones, especially with festivals like Eid, Diwali and Christmas just round the corner.
The Royal Mail is also proposing to allow heavier parcels to be posted second-class, with an added option of receiving a signature on delivery.
All parcels will be delivered to the doorstep of the addressee.
O'Brien is looking for authorization from the City Council to transfer ownership of a city-owned parcel in Washington Square to the Worcester Redevelopment Authority, so it can be assembled with two other adjacent parcels into a single developable lot.