abutting land


abutting land
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  • land — n 1: an area of the earth usu. inclusive of improvements, bodies of water, and natural or man made objects and extending indefinitely upward and downward compare air right 2: an estate, interest, or right in land land means both surface and… …   Law dictionary

  • Abutting — Abut A*but , v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Abutted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abutting}.] [OF. abouter, aboter; cf. F. aboutir, and also abuter; a (L. ad) + OF. boter, buter, to push: cf. F. bout end, and but end, purpose.] To project; to terminate or border; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • abutting — The term abutting implies a closer proximity than the term adjacent. No intervening land See also abut …   Black's law dictionary

  • abutting — The term abutting implies a closer proximity than the term adjacent. No intervening land See also abut …   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

  • 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

  • AGRICULTURAL LAND-MANAGEMENT METHODS AND IMPLEMENTS IN ANCIENT EREẒ ISRAEL — Ereẓ Israel is a small country with a topographically fragmented territory, each geographical region having a distinctive character of its own. These regions include: the coastal plain, the lowlands, the hilly country, the inland valleys, the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • fronting and abutting — Very often, fronting signifies abutting, adjoining, or bordering on, depending largely on the context. Rombauer v. Compton Heights Christian Church, 328 Mo. 1, 40 S.W.2d 545, 551. As used in statutes relating to assessment for improvements,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • fronting and abutting — Very often, fronting signifies abutting, adjoining, or bordering on, depending largely on the context. Rombauer v. Compton Heights Christian Church, 328 Mo. 1, 40 S.W.2d 545, 551. As used in statutes relating to assessment for improvements,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • fronting and abutting property — A term, frequently used in statutes providing for street improvement by special assessment, for property between which and the improvement there is no intervening land. Wilburton v McConnell, 119 Okla 242, 249 P 708 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • MAẒRANUT — (Heb. מַצְרָנוּת; abutter ), the right of preemption available to the owner of land over the abutting land of his neighbor, when the latter is sold. The rule is not a provision of strict law but is derived from a rabbinical enactment to compel… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism