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land·hold·er

 (lănd′hōl′dər)
n.
One that owns land.

land′hold′ing n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.landholding - ownership of land; the state or fact of owning land
ownership - the relation of an owner to the thing possessed; possession with the right to transfer possession to others
2.landholding - a holding in the form of land
belongings, property, holding - something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property";
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The bill presented in September this year called for land reforms in the country by limiting family agricultural landholding to 36 acres of irrigated land or 54 acres of unirrigated (barani) land.
The chief justice then told the lawyer that the definition of landholding encompasses both owned and leased land.
However, within this farm size category, we see a curious 230 percent increase in average landholding size over this twelve-year period, from 13.
THE State has bought the majority landholding on the Great Blasket Island.
Writing (as an "Orientalist") in the early years of the twenty-first century, Borsch contrasts what he takes to be the entirely forward-looking and enlightened responses of the English landholding classes (no mention of the Church as holder of 20-25% of the land of England) to the demographic hemorrhages caused by the bubonic plague in and after 1348 / 49 with (2) the initiative-stifling responses made by the land-holders of Egypt, the Mamluk ruling elite.
By tapping underutilized sites in the portfolios of other landholding public agencies, the city expects to create significant additional affordable rental and ownership opportunities.
The diocese argued that as a mere landholding entity it cannot be held liable for the misconduct of priests or laity who, in their private actions, mock the teachings of the Church.
Kent was a particularly important county in the scheme of early modern England, and in Early Modern Kent, 1540-1640, Michael Zell oversees an exhaustive collection of essays by different authors, all of whom focus in on Kentish towns, agriculture, landholding patterns, and power structures, as well as on religious and political change during a century which found itself straining towards "modernity.
Chairman FPCCI Standing Committee Ahmad Jawad in a meeting with group of farmers said that small landholding is one of the major hurdles in achieving higher yield growth.
An agreement has been inked between the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing yesterday and Information Network Security Agency to improve the national urban landholding registration with the launch of cadastral system.
The production of coffee for export markets involved a variety of scales of landholding in different parts of Latin America during this time period, a fact that has had profound implications for comparative models of capitalism and agriculture in the region.
The economic interests involved were overwhelmingly traditional, yielding very scant evidence of the emergence of any new entrepreneurial bourgeoisie devoted to production as distinct from commerce, landholding and financial services.