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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.
Leasehold can start out cheaper but unlike freeholders who own the land where the property sits, leaseholders pay "ground rent".
A public hearing scheduled by the Monmouth County Board of Freeholders in Freehold Borough was cancelled when the freeholders told those who showed up to speak about the proposed facility that information had been received that rendered the company's application incomplete.
The law states that in England and Wales, the "right of first refusal" to buy the freehold applies to the leaseholders of flats - in other words the freeholder must offer it to the leaseholders of all the flats of the building first.
YOU have certain rights as a leaseholder to stop a freeholder landlord from taking financial advantage.
Freeholder is a job title peculiar to New Jersey--the word dates back to colonial times--and is an elected county office.
I think we're doing the right thing now," Freeholder James Lacey told a reporter.
The Fish and Game Council has already approved the study, and Morris County Freeholder Director Jack Schrier, a supporter of hunting alternatives, is hoping to secure $5 million in federal funds to pay for the program.
Thomas Hart Benton of Missouri, who asserted in 1826: "The freeholder is the natural supporter Of a free government.
He was first elected to office as a Hudson County Freeholder, serving from 1975 to 1978.
Would any new freeholder be able to increase the ground rent or impose restrictions on my lease?
The governor received assistance in the project from State Senator Diane Allen (R-Burlington) and Burlington County Freeholder Philip Haines, who offered the loan from funds originally earmarked for "state economic development.
during Iris tenure as a county freeholder and focused on the county's goal of self-sufficiency in the disposal of solid wastes.
After the January 24th fire Cornwall's Freeholder accused the Council of mismanagement and complacency, and ridiculed its efforts to improve the town's means of fire-fighting.