adjoining land


adjoining land
See adjoining.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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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

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