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Synonyms for property owner

a holder or proprietor of land

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To begin, it is clear that the most important factor is the political decisionmaker's estimate of the property owner's reservation price.
Before the infringement, the intellectual property owner enjoyed special legal rights and protections-and the associated economic benefits-but was deprived of them through an unauthorized use or other encroachment.
It is up to each property owner to determine whether income and expense information is required.
Evanston, IL, October 20, 2012 --( ConsumerBase LLC, a multi-channel list provider located in Evanston, IL, is offering recently enhanced data for direct marketing professionals targeting both consumer and business property owners. Individuals owning and managing properties are the primary audience for a variety of businesses promoting industry services such as financial planning, home decor, maintenance services, and more.
The City Council on Wednesday directed staff members to develop an ordinance with changes to make it easier for property owners to afford the expensive cost of rebuilding the city's roughest streets.
Across America property owners are under concerted attack.
DiBella represented the tenant and the property owner, Rapville, LLC, in the transaction.
A three-member subcommittee of the City Council is recommending changes to the way property owners' bills are calculated, allowing property owners to defer payment until their properties are sold, and charging property owners who don't live on the rebuilt streets but still benefit from the work.
Revenue Procedure 2005-14 also allows a property owner to convert a primary residence to a rental property, and later take advantage of both capital gain tax exclusion under [section] 121 (the primary residence rules) and tax deferral under [section] 1031 (exchanges of investment property) by exchanging into a replacement property held for investment or for use in trade or business.
Currently, the government pays a property owner's legal fees only if the property owner takes the condemnation dispute to court and wins a jury award higher than the government's last best offer before trial.
Such rules are necessary, since some property uses significantly affect neighbors and, if permitted, would allow the property owner to impose large costs on others.
A Long Island property owner has won a last chance to save his property after a court issued an injuction against the tax lien buyer.
If a lender agrees to write off a loan deficiency in conjunction with a short sale, the amount of cancelled debt may constitute taxable income to the property owner, potentially resulting in a hefty tax bill at year-end.
Deftly covering laws concerning such issues as water runoff and flooding, trees that hang over property line, problems with neighboring businesses, noisy neighbors, unclear boundary lines, blocked views, high or unsightly "spite" fences, dangerously deteriorating fences, dangers to children, and so much more, Neighbor Law is a complete and thorough compendium ideal for non-specialist general readers wanting to know (and be able to enforce) their rights as a property owner in a neighborhood of property owners.
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