Yellow Land definition

Yellow Land means the freehold land coloured yellow on the plan attached at Schedule 1 to the Section 106 Agreement

Examples of Yellow Land in a sentence

The Owners and the Mortgagee enter this Deed with the effect ofso as to bind the planning obligations bindingon their respective interests in the Property, the Blue Land and the Yellow Land.

Upon the written request of the Owners or any of them in respect of the Brown Land, or the Blue Land, or the Green Land, or the Orange Land or the Yellow Land and upon the Council’s satisfaction that the obligations, covenants or undertakings contained in this Deed in each case have been discharged or fully complied with the Council shall place a note to that effect on the Local Land Charges register relating to the land in question.

The water meter for the Hardy Property was also located on the Yellow Land.

Huang-Tu, the Yellow Land, symbolizes the root of Chinese culture.

At that time their title to the Yellow Land was extinguished (s 65(1) of the LA).

In April 2009, the Council entered into a letter of understanding with the owners of the Blue Land and the Yellow Land to promote the site edged in red on the plan attached to this report at Appendix A, for development.

Whilst it can be seen that the highest average delivery rates were achieved on greenfield sites (Red Lodge – Yellow Land and Burwell Road), there are also a number of brownfield sites with near-comparable annual average build-out rates.

EPF/2969/15 – Replacement house granted 31/08/16Debden Hall, Debden Lane, LoughtonBenefits – Maintenance Contribution to Home Mead Nature Reserve of£33,180, Transfer 1.38ha "Yellow Land" to EFDC & use as public amenity.

It follows that the defendants did not acquire title to the Yellow Land when they purchased the Sidoti Property in April 2018.(5) Mr Hardy has therefore acquired possessory title at common law to the Yellow Land.

By reason of ss 28U(2) and 45C(2) of the Act, the Act does not prevent Mr Hardy’s acquisition of a possessory title by adverse possession of the Yellow Land at common law.(4) Pursuant to s 27(2) of the Limitation Act 1969 (NSW) (the “LA”), the relevant limitation period for an action by the Theodorou family as then documentary title holders to recover the Yellow Land land had expired no later than January 2017.

Related to Yellow Land

Person means any individual, corporation, limited liability company, partnership, joint venture, association, joint-stock company, trust, unincorporated organization or government or any agency or political subdivision thereof.
Undeveloped Land means, (i) all Real Property set forth on Schedule 1.01D to the 2008 Credit Agreement, (ii) all undeveloped land acquired after the Closing Date and (iii) any operating property of the Borrower or any Subsidiary that is subject to a casualty event that results in such property ceasing to be operational.
Leased Land means land which is the subject of a lease granted under section 60 or 93G; S. 3 def. of "lessee" amended by No. 39/1997 s. 4(2)(b).
Crown land means all land in Queensland, except land which is, for the time being—
Developed Land means all Developable Land of the Company and its Restricted Subsidiaries which is undergoing active development or is ready for vertical construction.
farm land means any cleared land devoted to or capable of agricultural or horticultural use as determined and classified by criteria developed by the commissioner of agriculture, markets, and food and adopted by the board.
Campground means that portion of state parks or recreation areas designated for camping activity including parking areas contiguous to the campground and designated camp areas of state forests.
Leasehold condominium means a condominium in which all or a portion of the real estate is subject to a lease the expiration or termination of which will terminate the condominium or reduce its size.
School property means in or within any building, structure, athletic playing field, playground, parking lot or land contained within the real property boundary line of a public elementary or secondary school, or in or on a school bus, as defined in Vehicle and Traffic Law §142.
Project Land means any parcel or parcels of land on which the project is developed and constructed by a promoter;
Unimproved Land means land on which no development (other than improvements that are not material and are temporary in nature) has occurred and for which no development is scheduled in the following 12 months.
Timberland means land, other than land owned by the federal government and land designated by the board as experimental forest land, which is available for, and capable of, growing a crop of trees of a commercial species used to produce lumber and other forest products, including Christmas trees. Commercial species shall be determined by the board on a district basis.
Condominium Property means and include the lands that are subject to Condominium ownership, whether or not contiguous, and all improvements thereon and all easements and rights appurtenant thereto intended for use in connection with the Condominium.
Operating Property means any property owned, leased, or operated by the Party in question or by any of its Subsidiaries or in which such Party or Subsidiary holds a security interest or other interest (including an interest in a fiduciary capacity), and, where required by the context, includes the owner or operator of such property, but only with respect to such property.
Shopping Center means a building or buildings containing two or more stores that are used primarily for retail sales but may include commercial trade or professional uses.
Operating Area means those areas on-shore in India in which company or its affiliated company may from time to time be entitled to execute such services/operations.
Condominium project ’ means real es- tate (A) which has five or more residential condominium units, in each residential struc- ture, and the remaining portions of the real estate are designated for common ownership solely by the owners of those units, each owner having an undivided interest in the common elements, and (B) where such units are or have been offered for sale or sold, di- rectly or indirectly, through the use of any means or instruments of transportation or communication of interstate commerce, or the mails;
Timberlands means any real property of the Issuer or any Restricted Subsidiary which contains standing timber which is (or upon completion of a growth cycle then in process is expected to become) of a commercial quantity and of merchantable quality, excluding, however, any such real property which at the time of determination is held primarily for development or sale, and not primarily for the production of any lumber or other timber products.
Undeveloped Property means all Assessor’s Parcels of Taxable Property which are not Developed Property.
Crown lands has the same meaning as is given to that term by the Land Act;
Order land means the land shown on the land plans which is within the limits of land to be acquired or used permanently or temporarily, and described in the book of reference;
Common Properties means and refer to any and all areas of land together with all improvements located herein within the Addition which are known, described, or designated as common areas and utility easements along the roadways on any recorded subdivision plat of the Addition or intended for or devoted to the common use and enjoyment of the members of the Association. If appropriate, the Association shall hold such title to the Common Properties as shall be consistent with the objectives envisioned herein and subject to the easement rights herein of the members to use and enjoy the Common Properties. The Developers reserve the right to effect minor redesigns or reconfigurations of the Common Properties, and execute any open space declarations applicable to the Common Properties.
the Land means the land on which the development would be carried out or, in relation to development already carried out, has been carried out;
Land means the land described in Exhibit A.
Tribal Land means all lands within the exterior boundaries of any land formally designated by the federal government as a Tribal reservation or land set apart by the federal government for a Tribe’s use such as pueblos and tribal trust lands but it does not include land that the Tribe acquired legal title through non-federal designation or award, unless 1) the tribe has obtained a federal public law stating that the Tribal members who reside in a particularly named area shall be considered (without any fiscal year limitation) for the purposes of the United States Housing Act of 1937 or such other federal housing law as residing on an Indian reservation or other Indian area; or 2) the tribe has acquired the land under Public Law 99-503 that provided for the replacement of certain lands within the Gila Bend Indian Reservation, the Secretary of the Interior holds such land in trust for the benefit of the tribe, and such land is deemed to be a Federal Indian Reservation for all purposes. The Project must be wholly located in the particular area stated in the federal public law to be considered to be Tribal Land.