landholder

[land-hohl-der]
noun
a holder, owner, or occupant of land.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see land, holder

landholding, adjective, noun
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Landholder means a party that directly or indirectly owns or leases nonexempt land.
Landholding means the total acreage of nonexempt land directly or indirectly owned or leased by a landholder.
Otherwise, projects have been small to medium in scale and usually conducted on private lands at the request of the landholder.
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