After the smashing of the City Hall and Post-Office, the white flag had been hoisted from a tower of the old Park Row building, and thither had gone Mayor O'Hagen, urged thither indeed by the terror-stricken property owners
of lower New York, to negotiate the capitulation with Von Winterfeld.
This, in turn, implies that the expected probability of the property owner
rejecting offer [[Theta].sub.o] is (1 - F([[Theta].sub.r][prime])) or, alternatively:
Most often, the amount chosen is designed to restore the property owner
to the economic position enjoyed just before the deprivation.
A Claim of Exclusion is a limited online RPIE filing which requires the property owner
to check off" one of the categories listed online as the basis for a Claim of Exclusion.
mailing lists include but are not limited to:
Currently, a property owner
's bills are based on the length of their lot next to the street that is to be rebuilt.
"Contrary to current custom," says the GBA, "it would therefore become necessary to justify any interference with biodiversity, and to provide proof that human interests justify the damage caused to biodiversity." In other words, under this scheme, a "guardian" or "stakeholder" (someone claiming to represent a plant or animal species on the property) can assert a priority right over that of the actual property owner
, and force the owner to prove that any activity he contemplates for his property will not adversely impact the flora and fauna which constitute the biodiversity in that ecosystem.
DiBella represented both the property owner
, Three Cloud Realty, and the new tenant, Norwegian Wood Floors, a high-end flooring contractor.
Presently, each property owner
's bill is based on "frontage," which is the number of linear feet they own next to the street.
All property owners
should be aware of the several opportunities the Federal Tax Code gives a property owner
to dispose of, exchange or sell an appreciated property and receive tax benefits.
Measure 39 also would change the way property owners
can recover from the government the money the property owner
spends on attorneys' fees, appraisals and other condemnation-related costs.
In contrast, REASON Contributing Editor James DeLong describes in his 1997 book Property Matters the case of a Pacific Grove, California, property owner
who spent over $600,000 and three and a half years to get permission to build a residence on a 1.1-acre lot.