unimproved land

unimproved land

See raw land.

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The property consists of 25 acres of former manufacturing facilities and 23 acres of unimproved land. Redevelopment of the site is a top priority of the Borough of Carlisles Urban Redevelopment Plan and EPA Areawide Brownfield Plan.
Two farmers independently rebutted his editorial, however, pointing out that farmers who improved the land raised the value not only of their own land, but the value of nearby unimproved land as well.
The supply of "bare" or unimproved land will be exempt from VAT.
The Wessells owned two parcels of unimproved land in Scioto County, Ohio, that were subject to a partial taking by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) for a new highway.
457 (2000), where a taxpayer was held to have merely engaged in an exchange with himself because, rather than using a third-party exchange facilitator, the taxpayer made an outright purchase of the replacement property (unimproved land) prior to the exchange, then conveyed title to a third party for the period during which improvements were constructed, followed by the reconveyance of the improved property to the taxpayer to complete an exchange for other property owned by the taxpayer.
My worst mistake involved speculating on unimproved land in what is now the new East Village neighborhood.
In one study we did years back, we found that only three percent left of Manhattan was unimproved land. Brooklyn and Queens aren't much better.
Taxing unimproved land would harm both growth and the environment.
Since Islamic land and property rights apply in Oman, any unimproved land pertains to the government, which also has the planning authority, and which can bestow land grants.
CLA Cymru is reminding members to pay heed to EIA regulations before ploughing or cultivating unimproved land.
For example, under the facts of a Revenue Ruling, a taxpayer purchased unimproved waterfront land for subdivision and sale as lots and also purchased other unimproved land in the same tract for investment.
Under the terms of the agreement, Bank of North Carolina also acquired the land, building and personal property associated with the Preston Corners branch, assumed BHR's lease for the Chapel Hill branch and acquired its associated personal property, and acquired certain unimproved land in Chapel Hill, NC.