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    Would you say that "land parcelling" and "land apportionment" mean the same?

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    Re: parcelling

    No. It looks as if it should, but apportioning is allotting [aha - that sort of 'lot', like 'parking lot' or 'vacant lot'...] - specifying that something belongs to someone. (Curiouser and curiouser - an 'allotment' doesn't belong to the person who tends it.)

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    Re: parcelling

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    No. It looks as if it should, but apportioning is allotting [aha - that sort of 'lot', like 'parking lot' or 'vacant lot'...] - specifying that something belongs to someone. (Curiouser and curiouser - an 'allotment' doesn't belong to the person who tends it.)

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    And land parcelling is simply dividing land into smaller pieces?

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    Re: parcelling

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    And land parcelling is simply dividing land into smaller pieces?
    I think so. There may be some specific jargon though, relating to a particular area of property-dealing.... Perhaps someone else knows for sure

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