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land agent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Agriculture
land agentˈland ˌagent noun [countable] British English  TAsomeone whose job is to look after land, cattle, farms etc that belong to someone else
Examples from the Corpus
land agentIn 1925 he married Lettice, daughter of Cecil Cantley Baker, a land agent.The services of a land agent experienced in mineral agreements may be advisable if large scale exploration is envisaged.His father was a land agent who ran an estate in East Anglia belonging to John Bradford's brother.In 1765 he married Ann Sherwin, daughter of the land agent at Kedleston Hall.He'd committed adultery with the wife of the local steward - the land agent for the lord of the manor.
From Longman Business Dictionaryland agentˈland ˌagentCOMMERCE a person or organization that works for a large landowner, managing the land and property, collecting rents etca land agent representing several landowners and farmers agent
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