Landmark definition

Landmark means any improvement which has a special character or special historic interest or value as part of the development, heritage or cultural characteristics of the city, state or nation and which has been designated as a landmark pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.
Landmark has the meaning set forth in the preamble.
Landmark means any historic resources designated as a landmark by the Board of Supervisors in accordance with this chapter.

Examples of Landmark in a sentence

  • The Environ Service Level Agreement forms part of this year’s Landmark Programme.

  • Xxx, Azhar & Koh yang beralamat di Unit 25-03, Tingkat 25, Menara Landmark, Peti Surat No. 000, Xx. 00 Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxx, 00000 Xxxxx Xxxxx, Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxx.

More Definitions of Landmark

Landmark means Landmark Dividend LLC, a Delaware limited liability company.
Landmark means Landmark Partners LLC, a limited liability company incorporated under the laws of Delaware.
Landmark means Landmark IAM Growth Capital, L.P., Landmark Growth Capital Partners, L.P., and each of their respective Affiliates, assignees and transferees.
Landmark means the individual structure, building, site, or monument which contributes to the historical, architectural, or archaeological heritage of the Capitol-Medical Center Improvement and Zoning District or State of Oklahoma.
Landmark means Defendant Landmark U.S. Corp LLC, a Delaware limited liability company with its headquarters in Houston, Texas; Defendant LM U.S. Member LLC, a
Landmark means Landmark Products Ltd ACN 112 000 843, Landmark Installation Pty Ltd ACN 129 595 044 or PML-Landmark Products Pty Ltd ACN 140 458 322 (as set out in the quotation) and in relation to the benefit of the warranties, in clauses9.1 to 9.7 of these Terms, includes, without limitation, Landmarks Related Entities (including Furphy Foundry Sales Pty Ltd ACN 082 694 880) employees, agents, representatives and sub-contractors.
Landmark means any designated improvement or natural feature that has special character, or has special historical, cultural, architectural, archeological, community, or aesthetic value as part of the heritage of the city, region, state, or nation.