Betekenis van:
property line

property line
Zelfstandig naamwoord
    • the boundary line between two pieces of property



    1. She drew a broken line to show where the property ended.
    2. In other words, the merits, etc. of making detours are the consideration of the attitudes of the landowners whose property the line would cross, the convenience of other towns and villages, as well as connection with other railway lines.
    3. Create a regulatory environment for technical standards, intellectual and industrial property rights in line with EU standards.
    4. Continue strengthening the enforcement of intellectual, industrial and commercial property rights, in line with the medium-term strategy.
    5. approve the internal rules and procedures of the IMI Joint Undertaking, including the Intellectual Property Policy in line with the principles set out in Article 22;
    6. Some Member States underlined in this context the importance of accelerating the process of restitution of property, in line with the relevant Croatian Constitutional Court rulings.
    7. Guarantee legal protection of minorities, in particular as regards the enjoyment of property rights in line with Protocol No 1 to the European Convention on Human Rights.
    8. Army reform — Adopt a defence strategy and military doctrine in line with democratic principles; prepare and adopt a transparent and appropriate legal framework to clarify the outstanding issue of military property.
    9. Promote the identification, exploitation and, where appropriate, protection of intellectual property, in line with the strategy and mission of the public research organisation and with a view to maximising socioeconomic benefits.
    10. encourage public research organisations to establish and publicise policies and procedures for the management of intellectual property in line with the Code of Practice set out in Annex I;
    11. UKCTA, a trade association representing the interests of fixed-line communications operators competing against BT for voice and data services, expressed the view that the property taxation system is severely lacking in transparency, since it is characterised by confidential bilateral deals agreed between network operators and the tax authorities.
    12. This includes legal and judicial protection (inter alia through access to legal personality) of the communities, their members and their assets, teaching, appointing and training of clergy, and the enjoyment of property rights in line with Protocol No 1 to the European Convention on Human Rights.
    13. For instance, the UK authorities have explained that the Wholesale Line Rental Tariff and the LLU Tariff are a payment for a service and, under existing case-law on the property tax, cannot be considered rental evidence to value the relevant part of BT's network.
    14. Member States should continue to improve the business environment by modernising public administrations, improving corporate governance, removing remaining barriers to the internal market, eliminating unnecessary administrative burdens and avoid unnecessary new burdens by applying smart regulation instruments, including by developing further interoperable e-government services, removing tax obstacles, supporting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), improving their access to the Single Market in line with the ‘Small Business Act for Europe’ and the ‘Think Small First’ principle, ensuring stable and integrated financial services markets, facilitating access to finance, improving conditions for promoting access to and protecting intellectual property rights, supporting internationalisation of SMEs and promoting entrepreneurship, including female entrepreneurship.