unannexed

unannexed

(ˌʌnəˈnɛkst)
adj
(of land) not annexed, joined, or incorporated
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Owners of unannexed agriculture-zoned land within the urban growth boundary typically seek to delay annexation as long possible because that keeps their property taxes low.
Not all asentamiento irregulares fit stereotypical images of poverty: swanky high-rise condos, gated middle-class communities, and even the international airport share irregular tenure status alongside colonias populares--the unannexed shantytowns that pepper Mexico's cities.
The data show that the annual percentage change for growth diminished during the 1970-1980 period primarily within the city of Memphis and inside the expressway (expressway defined as the I-240 loop which encircles the core-city of Memphis) of Memphis while the annexed and unannexed area outside of the expressway has experienced the most growth.
In light of the experience of the revolt of 1857, this aim was relinquished in favour of a decision to perpetuate those states, which were still unannexed. The new policy of Britain aimed at transforming the rulers of these states into 'allies', so many loyal supporters of the British rule in India.
If a comparable house across the street in the same development had a negative price reaction to an annexation, then it was plausible to see an unannexed house also showing a negative reaction.