regalian

regalian

(rɪˈɡeɪlɪən)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or relating to regalia or royalty
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reinscribes the Regalian Doctrine, declaring all non-agricultural land
The Moro aspirations means allowing them to exercise their governance system in their historically-claimed territory, and restore to them the lands that were denied of them through the unitary instrument of Torrens System and the Regalian Doctrine.
During the operation 25 constructions including Golden Horse Marquee, Regalian Marquee, Occasions Marquee, Rohtas Marquee, Four huge sheds, one under construction building, one steel workshop, four markets, one newly-constructed building, office of Global Enterprises, Islamabad Auction, Motor workshops, Waziristan Market comprising upon many small shops, Panaflex Printing workshop, a wood factory and five residential houses constructed on the right of the way of the Kashmir Highway were completely demolished.
During the operation, 25 constructions were demolished including Golden Horse Marquee, Regalian Marquee, Occasions Marquee, Rohtaas Marquee, 4 huge sheds, one under construction building, one steel workshop, 4 markets, one newly-constructed building, global enterprises, Islamabad Auction, Motor workshops, Waziristan Market comprising upon many small shops, wood factory and 5 residential houses.
The constructions which were demolished on the second day of the operation includes Golden Horse Marquee, Regalian Marquee, Occasions Marquee, Rohtaas Marquee, four huge sheds, one under construction building, one steel workshop, four (04) markets, one newly constructed building, global enterprises, Islamabad Auction, Motor workshops and one Dairaa.
The constructions which were demolished on the second day of the operation included Golden Horse Marquee, Regalian Marquee, Occasions Marquee, Rohtas Marquee, hour huge sheds, one under-construction building, one steel workshop, four markets, one newly-constructed building, global enterprises, Islamabad Auction, motor workshops, Waziristan Market comprising small shops, a printing workshop, wood factory and five residential houses.
A: Under the Regalian doctrine, all lands not otherwise appearing to be clearly within private ownership are presumed to belong to the State.
"Pursuant to the Regalian Doctrine, whereby all lands not privately owned belong to the State, the entire island of Boracay is state-owned except for lands already covered by existing titles," the order read.
Under the EO, Duterte also cited Regalian Doctrine to reiterate that Boracay is state-owned, except for lands already covered by existing titles.
In England, the type of mine defined the recipient of the royalty: for "royal mines" the royalty was paid to the sovereign, whereas for other mines it was paid to the landowner for "the privilege of working the property." (23) As the common law developed, the English monarch maintained exclusive ownership over all silver and gold discovered, called the "regalian right." In contrast, royalties taken on other minerals functioned as a "rent or tax" or were sold fee simple, depending on local customs.
We can distinguish in this system two different theories: the regalian and the res-nullius.
HThe only man to have been chairman of both Swansea and Cardiff City football clubs, the founder and chief executive of one of the UK's biggest listed property firms Regalian, a former owner of Land's End, a card carrying member of the Labour Party, and currently an unpaid adviser to the Welsh Government on real estate matters, as well as being a board member of Cardiff Airport?