adjoining, owner


adjoining, owner
propriétaire de bien-fonds contigu

English-French legislative terms. 2015.

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  • adjoining owners — Those persons who own land touching the subject land and who, as a result, have right to notice of proceedings concerning the subject real estate as, for example, in zoning and licensing matters. Bayport Civic Ass n v. Koehler, Sup., 138 N.Y.S.2d …   Black's law dictionary

  • adjoining owners — Those persons who own land touching the subject land and who, as a result, have right to notice of proceedings concerning the subject real estate as, for example, in zoning and licensing matters. Bayport Civic Ass n v. Koehler, Sup., 138 N.Y.S.2d …   Black's law dictionary

  • upper owner — A riparian owner whose land is upstream in reference to the land of another such owner. An owner of land front which surface water drains onto adjoining premises …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • abutting owner — An owner of land which abuts or adjoins. The term usually implies that the relative parts actually adjoin, but is sometimes loosely used without implying more than close proximity. See abut adjoining owners …   Black's law dictionary

  • abutting owner — An owner of land which abuts or adjoins. The term usually implies that the relative parts actually adjoin, but is sometimes loosely used without implying more than close proximity. See abut adjoining owners …   Black's law dictionary

  • lateral support — A landowner s right to have his or her land supported by the land that lies next to it, for example, against any slippage, cave in, or landslide. Example: a developer excavated into a hill to build an apartment building, without putting in a… …   Law dictionary

  • notice of excavation — A notice given by an owner of land to an adjoining owner of intent to make an excavation, thereby giving the adjoining owner opportunity to protect his premises against the excavation. 1 Am J2d Adj L § 51 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • right of support — 1. : the easement or servitude acquired by grant or by prescription by which an owner of a structure on land has a right to rest or support it in whole or in part upon the land or structure of an adjoining owner (as by inserting beams in the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • notice to shore up — The notice to the adjoining landowner, which is required in most jurisdictions, to be given by the owner of land of his intention to make an excavation thereon, so that the adjoining owner may take the necessary precautions to protect the… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • lateral support — The right of lateral and subjacent support is the right to have land supported by the adjoining land or the soil beneath. The right of a landowner to the natural support of his land by adjoining land. The adjoining owner has the duty not to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • lateral support — The right of lateral and subjacent support is the right to have land supported by the adjoining land or the soil beneath. The right of a landowner to the natural support of his land by adjoining land. The adjoining owner has the duty not to… …   Black's law dictionary