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the owner of a freehold

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He formally supported a new bill that would introduce a maximum charge for leaseholders to purchase the freehold, end unfair practice in which leaseholders pay the legal costs of freeholders in tribunal cases, and establish a compensation scheme for cases where leaseholders were misled by property developers.
At the end of the lease, the property reverts to the freeholder.
The freeholders said the matter has been returned to the Monmouth County Solid Waste Advisory Council (SWAC).
About 2,600 of the required 9,100 piles for the foundation of the 639,000 s/f indoor water and amusement park being added to the site are in place, Armlin told the Freeholders.
Wilson was appointed to the position by the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Jo Ball, 60, and Miles Hawthornthwaite, 63, were taken to a remote corner of a seaside golf course and given a unique version of the "birthday bumps," to be formally introduced as Freeholders of Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland.
THE stair carpet in the communal area of our block needs to be replaced but we freeholders don't know where to buy a new one or what to look for.
In addition to being president of the Senate, Sweeney has stepped in as the state's acting governor, and served as director of the Glouster Country Board of Chosen Freeholders.
However, the board of elected officials in Ocean County, known as freeholders, refused to transfer the pension.
Addressing the electors from his modest farm, he urged the Catholic freeholders to 'rescue' the county from its 'hereditary bondage' and elect him free of expense.
It should be the policy of republics to multiply their freeholders, as it is the policy of monarchies to multiply tenants.
Thomas passes over their first brief encounter in November 1830 when Macaulay rose to defend Brougham--who as a peer could no longer speak in the Commons--from Croker's charge that the newly ennobled Lord Chancellor had betrayed a recent pledge to the Yorkshire freeholders that he would accept no position other than representing them.
The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders in New Jersey started planning for the management of their solid wastes in the late 1970s.