back land

back land

Land having no road frontage requirement. It is surrounded by land owned by others.
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The Dobor people are now being supported by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) to hold back land degradation by introducing sustainable land management practices, including soil fertility improvement techniques.
Addressing the conference, the IGP said he would not spare those police officers who would back land grabbers and added that the officers involved in giving undue favour to any party in this regard shall be considered heinous crime.
It is worth mentioning here that CDA has retrieved back land worth of Rs 300 billion in last six months.
The Aviation and Maritime expert enjoined the state government against encroaching dangerously on the waterways, in the name of claiming back land from water, warning that any surge of the ocean today in Lagos would be calamitous.
In a letter written from prison earlier this year, Vafadari wrote that at the time of his arrest, he was attempting to claim back land confiscated from his family during the 1979 revolution, "when more than half of our agricultural lands were confiscated in the name of khoms [an Islamic tax] and more assets were taken away from us for different reasons," he wrote.
troops assisting Iraqs military as it wrested back land. The Islamic States growth also saw the United States enter Syrias battlefields, already crowded with Russian and Iranian-proxy forces that buttressed the unsteady rule of President Bashar al-Assad.
An armed helicopter has been called open to back land units and make sure smuggling trucks turned back.
On Friday, Syrian army troops pushed back terrorists' attacks on their key positions in Northern Hama and won back land in separate clashes in a nearby region.
There were also voices of discontent as share croppers are neither eligible for getting back land nor any compensation from the government.
ISIS faces a number of challenges to its rule, including an intense U.S.-airstrike campaign and government and rebel forces on the ground fighting to take back land from the militants.