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A planning proposal has been put forward to subdivide Teversal Manor into 8 apartments with another 7 houses being built in the grounds. It was the former home of Lord Carnarvon when he funding the search for and excavation of Tutankhamun's tomb.
This proposal will degrade the conservation status and architectural character of the village, the architectural importance of the interior design will be lost and ruined, along with its links with D.H.Lawrence's book 'Lady Chatterley's lover. The proposal shows a lack of conservation expertise - there is no reference to using reclaimed materials, a complete disregard for the maintenance and enhancement of the conservation area in particular the preservation of protected trees, the design is poor and inappropriate - not in keeping or complementary with the current housing stock which is a range of historical and listed buildings.
The proposal would create deterioration in the current condition of the village roads due to heavy construction traffic on narrow lanes and there would be both noise pollution and a very high risk of non-completion and non-compliance. This is a beautiful and historical village that needs to be preserved.
BAGUIO MANIFESTO TO SAVE TREES
To our fellow Filipino Sisters and Brothers,
All trees are key to survival. In this beloved city of Baguio, trees do not only provide life for the people who breathe fresh oxygen and by cleaning air of carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, sulfuric oxide and other persistent greenhouse gasses (GHG) but also continue to ensure water supply, prevent soil erosion and lessen excessive water run-off.
This is exactly what 133 Benguet pine (Pinuskesiya) pine and alnus (Alnus japonica) trees are doing at Luneta Hill, Session Road. Forty nine (49) have earlier been earth-balled and cut by SM leading to their deaths.
Luneta Hill and its trees, is not only of ecological and cultural but also of historic importance and value to Baguio City and its people. The place is where the first ever sanitarium was built and American historical accounts point out that patients in the early 1900s miraculously have recovered faster from their ailments because of the trees and fresh air that the place provided.
Without the fresh air and the pine trees, Baguio City cannot be what it is known for—the City of Pines.
The older trees at Luneta Hill, some now more than a hundred years old, were planted by the Ibalois--early people of Baguio City (earlier known as Kafagway). Then the managers of then proud Pines Hotel added more trees in the late 1940s. The trees have stood tall, proud, and have given more than we ever wanted.
But today, SM wants to cut and earth-ball the trees to put up a seven storey parking lot, even though it cannot produce a title to claim ownership of the land.
We appeal to all Baguio residents, people who were born, studied, who at one time or another lived here, and those who love trees and Baguio City, to protest against the intended and shameful act by SM.
The trees came before us. They are our history and our future. Let us not take them for granted. Our culture is rich with trees, woods and brave people who have resisted outsiders who wanted to quell our independence and culture. Let us not allow the trees to die. It would be a shame for us to leave a world to our children much worse than what we have inherited.
The importance of trees to the health of the earth and its local and symbolic value has been apparent for millennia in many cultures, including ours.
We urgently need to tell SM to find new ways of living happily with trees as cultural, spiritual and emotional companions, as well as for ecological reasons.
Let us work for the protection of the trees at Luneta Hill and of all trees in Baguio City.
Trees stand for life and everything that has life is sacred. Trees stand for tomorrow’s nature. We shall stand or fall with them.
Stand up and speak out for the trees. God would want you to do so.
By the Movement to Save All Trees In Baguio City (Diocese of Baguio, Assn. of Women Religious in Baguio-Benguet, Cordillera Ecological Center, A Tree A Day, Save 182)
In Texas we have a wonderful selection of parks to enjoy. Unfortunately I have never found a fruit tree in any of them. They are well treed parks, just no fruit. Fruit trees in our parks would be a welcomed change. Available fruit would provide a nutritious snack that would be well received. It could make a significant impact on childhood obesity and overall health.
Diabetes could also be reduced with natural complex sugars readily available and free. Health benefits are limitless. It would make fresh fruit available to those with no land available to grow on. Store bought fruit quality has declined and is often mishandled. Fruit on local trees is safer and healthier. It also tastes better. Fruit trees also help keep the our environment in balance. Bees are a needed creature. Giving them another source of food can only benefit the rest of us.
You might argue that we don't want bees in the parks. Well, they are already there. This gives them something to do. They would be busy high in the trees pollinating. When the fruit was ripe they would no longer be so active. Bees are not a problem or an enemy. Fruit trees require more maintenance than native trees. The cost of keeping fruit trees wouldn't be feasible in all parks. In others however, they could change society in a positive way. The rewards are almost immeasurable. Unpicked or fruit lying on the ground could be left in place, or collected and composted. The compost could be used a free fertilizer for our parks. Compost could also be sold for a profit.
Compost could be made available to citizens to promote chemical free fertilizing. Greatly reducing the amount of pollutants in our water. Further helping the environment and replenishing the soil for future generations. Please consider this petition for the right to fruit trees in our parks. At least the right to plant one myself.
We have noticed that www.treehotel.se is the perfect place for Twin Peaks themed hotel rooms.
They currently have 5 rooms but plan for a total of 24.
How about the Red Room, the Black Lodge/White Lodge and the Great Northern?
Here's why it's a damn fine idea:
* The Red Room, that is in the Black Lodge, is located in the forest. It is an extradimensional place. We would actually say that it's in the trees...
* Treehotel.se has a 1930’s-1950’s styled diner.
* Agent Cooper first dreamt about the Red Room. We want to dream IN it.
* There was even a Twin Peaks art exibition in 2011 called "In The Trees". You can read about it here http://welcometotwinpeaks.com/events/preview-in-the-trees-twin-peaks-art/.
2012 is the 20th Anniversary of the "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me" film and we thought it should be celebrated with the ultimate "In The Trees"-art.
We don't really need more reasons do we? It would be heavenly *cough* the White Lodge *cough*
And, while we're at it, we think there should be a mushROOM as well. A mushroom in the forest you say? Yep, we thought so too :-)
Some might even say that the Lynch Universe sometimes makes you think you have ingested mushrooms. HA!
Here's some clues to what you can do:
1. Sign this petition.
2. Forward this petition to others, here and abroad. Email it.
3. Post the link in your social networking sites, blogs and what not.
4. Sponsor this petition. See the sponsor button? Click it ;-)
Make it happen :-)
Get an introduction to Treehotel
About the rooms that already exist:
Learn about the Black Lodge
Awesome pictures of the Great Northern:
http://www.davidlynchfoundation.org/ Because we think that the rooms and the place in general might even invite for Transcendental Meditation.
Credits to copyright owners:
David Lynch & Mark Frost
Music by Angelo Badalamenti. This petition was written to the sound of Twin Peaks' epic soundtrack
As part of a road widening scheme, hundreds of trees, including ancient and sacred ones, are being cut down in Kathmandu and Patan.
The once green cities are turning into concrete jungles. As trees decrease temperatures and pollution and absorb water, city dwellers and animals increasingly are unable to cope. The tree felling arguably is driven by corruption through the sales of the wood.
I live next to the High School, in Biddeford, Maine. During renovations at the High School, Ledgewood Construction damaged a fence that separates my property from the High School. The School Department wanted Ledgewood Construction to replace the fence.
In order to replace the fence along my property, Ledgewood Construction Company would have to cut down 10-12 trees on my side of the fence, that had grown into the fence over the years. The Facilities Director came to my property and we negotiated a deal to allow Ledgewood Construction to cut down the trees.
The deal was, I would suffer the loss of the trees and they would put in an 8 foot stockade fence. After the trees were cut down, the fence was replaced with another chain link fence.
City of Biddeford Code; Section 53 Primary and secondary schools, fraternal organizations, and not-for-profit clubs. [Ord. No. 2001.45, 5-16-2001]
Schools, fraternal organizations and not-for-profit shall be permitted as a conditional use in accordance with the provisions below:
A. The buffers standards of this ordinance shall be met.
B. No building shall be closer than 50 feet from any property line.
C. When adjacent to residential properties, parking areas and outdoor activity areas shall be effectively screened from view by a continuous vegetative barrier, or stockade fence, not less than six feet in height.
Stratton Strawless Woodland in Norfolk, home of Robert Marsham an English Naturalist considered to be the founding father of Phenology is in danger of being trampled by 10,000 persons attending for Combat Games.
Broadland Council want to grant permission for 100 persons x 96days per year for Combat Games Activites to take place.
The woodland concerned approx 60acres called Brickkiln Grove and Lingstack Grove between Shortthorn Road & Serpentine Lane is already in an unmanaged state. Owned by a development company (absentee landlord) based in Jersey and rented out to a person who doesnt live in this county.
No financial benefit is gained by the village or indeed by anyone in this county. The woods are already showing signs of neglect and abuse. Photographic evidence is available and will be produced for the planning committee.
This is the same council who has refused numerous residential planning applications on the same road on the grounds of adverse environmental impact.
Please sign our petition to help us save our woods and an area of historical importance. Please tell your friends about this petition. These woods are in the middle of our village.
The planned destruction of bushland for the conservation of a light industrial estate and associated works on Lot 5182 of the kulaluk lease between Fitzer Drive, Bagot Road, Totem Road and Dickward Drive will have these consequences:
- The site is in a surge-zone area.
- The site is under the flight path of Darwin Airport.
- Proposed access roads entering Dickward Drive and Bagot Road will create highly dangerous "Blackspots".
- There will be an increase in "Rat-running" through the nearby streets.
- The development will face onto residential homes on Fitzer Drive.
- The development will become an eyesore along Dickward Drive, a road of outstanding natural beauty.
- There will likely be spillage of toxic waste into the drains into the mangroves on Aboriginal land.
- There will be more noise and traffic before and after accepted working hours.
- The flora and fauna of the area will disappear forever, including protected species of birds - Red-tailed Black Cockatoo, Red-Winged Fairy Wren, Black-breasted Buzzard, Brown Goshawk, Crested Hawk, Barking Owl, Brown Falcon, Australian Hobby, Australian Kestrel, Greenshank, Yellow Wagtail, restless Flycatcher, Long-tailed Finch, Crimson Finch, Channel-billed Cuckoo, Rainbow Pitta and many others.
Special trees on this block include Atalaya variifolia and tress of the Wrightia genus. It is doubtful whether the flora of this block has ever been properly surveyed.
About 400 trees will be removed to get the retired space vehicle from Los Angeles International Airport to it's final home at the California Science Center, where it will be on display, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Trees that interfere with the shuttle will have to be removed, and some residents are upset. They are large beautiful majestic trees which provide shade and homes to birds and squirrels. If cut property values will drop as well.
Why not dismantle it in sections, and then reassemble it at the Science Center? That's what they did to Air Force One when they moved it to the Reagan Library.
Slowly but surely, property in Montgomery, Texas is falling into the careless hands of investors who do NOT care for or RESPECT those who reside in Montgomery, TX and those who cherish our beautiful community with it's ancestral trees.
The time is NOW to put a HALT on the clearing of our trees BEFORE they are wiped clean from our landscape and forever gone! Montgomery is a historic Texas town and ever so unique...let's keep it that way!
Needham Trees is a community group organized to protest the clear cutting of trees along the NSTAR transmission line.
We do not oppose NSTAR’s right to maintain the transmission line. We rely on NSTAR to ensure a steady power supply for all of our homes and businesses.
We do oppose the abrupt change in their management practices being employed by NSTAR.
For 48 years this transmission line have been managed through a system of trimming and tree removal only when it was necessary and only after communication with the abutter on the affected properties.
At no point has there been a power outage resulting from a tree hitting a transmission line. We have asked for information on the number of instances from NSTAR and to date they have not provided one.
Lacking any information that this is actually related to service we conclude that this change has more to do with the economics of maintaining their transmission and distribution lines at the lowest possible cost regardless of the impact on the neighbors.
Hear the voices of Athol residents! Stop the Adams Farm Solar Project/Pequoig Energy, LLC/Soltas Energy from removing the trees of Bearsden Road! The regulatory boards and committee members of the Town of Athol work for the residents/taxpayers.
Insufficient public input has been allowed with regard to this project. If we can't meet ALL municipal laws and regulations to protect our environment and need town trees taken down-we SHOULD NOT promote this project! NO WAY should our town facilitate such a project by giving unfair advantage to any company.
How will trees be put back if it turns out that they were taken down prematurely/illegally in anticipation of a proposed project? What if a FATAL FLAW was made in not following appropriate filing measures and the project does not move forward? This will cost the town more money than the anticipated broadening of the tax base. The sun shines everywhere - we are not challenging the wisdom of solar energy.
How could any reputable company cloak themselves in the flag of solar energy to get the Town to look the other way regarding laws to block the input from ALL citizens who will be affected?
We call upon our Town offices to Save the Trees of Bearsden Road and listen to the citizens of Athol, MA!
The magnificent evergreen forest on Mt. Zlatibor is letting go under strikes of chainsaws and heavy machinery.
With pine trees taller than 15 meters and older than 70 years, stretching over 500 acres of forest land it is a predominantly influential Nature Park and self preserving ecosystem on Zlatibor.
Planted immediately upon the end of the Second World War it bore status of protected natural wealth and had become a habitat to numerous animal and plant species.
Today it's a host to a large number of families of squirrels and rabbits, also turtles, moles, hedgehogs, ant colonies, lizard dens and various birds such are robins, woodpeckers, ouzels, owls, wild pigeons, magpies, etc.
Abusing state's law regulations on environmental protection and disregarding obligatory acts of Aarhus Convention the local authorities issued The General Plan according to which the Nature Park is turned into zone of tourism and high commerce.
WARNING: The Nature Park is undergoing heavy deforestation and soil devastation by local Zlatibor authorities and Serbian Orthodox Church. Biodiversity is threatened with extinction as workers and machinery plow through in preparation to build communication and drainage network.
IMPORTANT: Please pay attention to the 5 min documentary below.
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Colville is an historical city with character defined by it's unique landscape. While changes in that landscape occur often, the removal of established trees currently underway as part of the "Elm Street Project" threatens to adversely impact quality of life for city residents.
Trees clean the air, improve water quality, save energy, and studies document they also reduce crime. The toothpicks slated to replace mature trees will require decades to provide similar benefits.
Communities around the country successfully implement cost-effective methods of maintaining city infrastructure that do not involve destruction of valued trees. There is no excuse for Colville to not do the same.
All trees Worldwide in water and on land, need to be on an Endangered Species list including but not limited to 100% more renewable Rainforests.
We, the Tree Committee of the Nutley Community Preservation Partnership, feel the current tree ordinance is not effective. Private property owners and developers are able to clear cut lots and properties, resulting in the destruction of Nutley’s pre-existing tree canopies. Replacement trees of equal value are not required.
As cited in the Nutley code, Article I, ‘to preserve the public health, safety or general welfare of the community,’ we need to strengthen our tree ordinances.
Canada's West is one of the most beautiful and sacred places left on this planet. Building a pipeline through the Rockies and the Great Bear Rainforest is a disaster waiting to happen.
Too much risk comes with this proposal. Too easy to tilt the scale into irreversible damage. Now is the time to convert our economy with sustainable, renewable energy and jobs that truly give us a sense of stewardship to the land. Please do not build the Northern Gateway pipeline.
Unsympathetic and brutal lopping of trees by power companies and contractors must stop. We demand that essential lopping is carried out in a way that preserves the integrity and appeal of our suburban streetscapes.
Trees provide shade, habitats for wildlife and cleaner air, and bring a natural beauty to our neighbourhoods. Blacktown Council spends thousands of dollars of ratepayers’ money on planting and caring for new trees. It also encourages residents to plant trees and has a tree preservation order. Yet it allows electricity companies to hack at established trees with complete disregard for tree health, natural shape and beauty, making a mockery of the preservation order.
We recognise that power companies have a duty to ensure the security of power lines. However, many Blacktown residents are horrified at how the unsympathetic lopping of trees is destroying our attractive streetscapes.
As concerned residents, we insist that essential lopping be carried out by professionals in a way that maintains the shape, health, beauty and integrity of our trees for the enjoyment and benefit of the community now and into the future.
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We are requesting Baw Baw Shire Council's Planning
Department to insert a condition on the above mentioned
Planning Permit to require the Applicant to retain the row of
trees on the Southern boundary of the proposed Subdivision
Aberdeen City Council have designated Tullos Hill as a site that they want to plant trees on as part of a 'tree for every citizen' scheme. However their is a long-established Roe Deer community on Tullos Hill and they would eat the saplings.
On 3rd March 2011 the Council provisionally took the decision to cull the deer. However they have postponed the cull until 10th May to allow people to raise £225,000 to fund tree guards and other measures to protect the saplings.
This is completely outrageous. They is no demand to put trees on Tullos Hill and even if the Council believe that trees are a good idea there is no need to kill the wild animals whose home it is.
Animal welfare groups are dismayed, for example, Scottish SPCA's Mike Flynn said:"We firmly believe culls should only take place to protect the public or for animal welfare reasons.
"It is absurd and abhorrent to undertake a cull because it would be too costly to protect trees.
"We would suggest these trees should either be planted elsewhere or not at all. Trees should certainly not be planted at the expense of the lives of animals."
Please sign the epetition and together we can save the deer.
A plan is proposed by BSF and Hackney Council to demolish Horizon School and replace it with a significantly enlarged school on the existing site. The proposals are at the Planning stage with Hackney Council.
It will mean:
•significant reduction of children's' outdoor play area
•destruction of thirty mature trees, currently covered by a tree preservation order
•a new access road running through the playground, which will exit onto Prince George Road
•a new drop-off point for children and deliveries on Prince George Road
•a significant increase in traffic, resulting in congestion and noise
•loss of parking spaces.
The NSW Coaliton has, through it's member for Clarence, Steve Cansdell, begun spruiking the idea of logging National parks to meet timber quota shortfalls.
NATIONAL PARKS MUST BE LEFT ALONE. TELL THE COALITION TO KEEP THEIR HANDS OFF OUR NATIONAL PARKS.
PARKS ARE ARKS OF CONSERVED BIODIVERSITY NOT STATE FORESTS.
Palm oil is destroying their habitat.
A Development Application (DA) for a sub division of the 16,668m2 site at 112 Cleopatra Street in Blackheath (see http://tiny.cc/l4o7x for site location) was lodged on 17.09.08 and is due to be determined at the Blue Mountains City Council (BMCC) meeting on 14.12.10.
The DA proposes to remove all of the trees and foliage on the site (over 350 pine, exotic and native trees some over 50 metres tall) to provide a total of 10 building lots.
Under the BMCC LEP 2005 the whole of the site is zoned as Living – Conservation with a Dominant Landscape setting, it is also classified as a Bushfire Prone Property.
The impact of this sub division upon the streetscape in the neighbourhood will be immense. Effectively removing all of the existing tree cover from one of the highest points in Blackheath, a location highly noticeable from Govetts Leap Road and forming an iconic image of the town.
Environment + Wildlife
The site is an important interface between urban and natural environments and it is adjacent to the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the Blue Mountains National Park and the Centennial Reserve. It is therefore a corridor for the passage/movement of much native wildlife. Eradication of all of the trees and foliage and the treatment of the site with herbicides will endanger and severely compromise the habitat of these species.
An independent arborist’s report obtained by BMCC confirms that the proposal will also impact over 40 trees located in neighbouring properties that are identified as being at high risk of failure from wind throw as a direct consequence of the proposed sub division site works.
The DA has impacts on the heritage significance of two of Blackheath’s most notable Heritage Items, ‘Cleopatra’ at 118-124 Cleopatra Street and ‘Balquhain’ at 161-169 Govetts Leap Road.
The proposed sub division is accessed by two ‘dead end roads’ each 6.5 metres in width. These proposed new roads will ultimately become public roads under BMCC ownership and maintenance, however they will not even comply with the minimum safety and access requirements of LEP 2005 to bush fire prone land; nor the minimum standards set out in Rural Fire Service publications. A complying through road could readily be accommodated.
Why this DA should be rejected!
Safety : Liability : Environment
• Safety of neighbours properties and risk of injury.
The changing of the wind dynamics in the area as a direct consequence of the proposed sub division tree removals, will at the very least affect over 40 trees located in neighbouring properties. This substantial new hazard risks property damage at best and/or personal injury.
• BMCC Legal Liability should a catastrophic event occur?
With the possibility of winds of over 100 km/h in this area, the risk and safety concerns may be even more widespread than anticipated.
• Zoning and Character regulations of the area are ignored.
The proposal has little regard to the zoning and character requirements of the BMCC LEP 2005. The removal of so many trees will degrade the established streetscapes, landscaped settings and general character of the locality.
• Environmental Precedent
The site is unique. The proposed sub division will have a negative environmental impact. It sets a poor example in responding to the zoning and character requirements, but also to the heritage significance of the area and upon the existing wildlife and their habitat.
Whalley Range Tree Group Purpose
The Whalley Range Tree Group is an open forum for residents of Whalley Range aimed at ensuring that all those interested in understanding more about the Council Tree Management Plan have a forum to access all related documents and also to provide an opportunity for residents to share their views on the plan and provide voluntary support to facilitate aspects of the plan.
The Group whole-heartedly supports the “Manchester Tree Strategy” and welcomes the implementation of a Tree Management Plan in Whalley Range. The Group hopes to be able to work with the Council to enhance the level of consultation so that the aspiration expressed in the Manchester Tree Management Strategy “ the protection and effective management of trees requires a co-ordinated approach between all the different interested parties” can be fully realised.
Nambucca Shire Council recently commissioned landscape design plans for the beautification of of the riverbank west of the Macksville bridge in River Street, Macksville.
Unfortunately, these design plans (copies available from Council Chambers) include the removal of the mature shade trees currently enjoyed by many, both travellers up and down the east coast; as well as local community residents.
These trees provide shade to many travellers and local community residents, as well as acting as a wind break to River Street, and attract birdlife to the area along the riverbank.
The National Park Service has proposed the clear-cutting of 1,000 trees on the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site in Hyde Park, New York. The stated reason for such clear-cutting is safety and to create a visual barrier between the mansion and Route 9.
The stand of trees is comprised of approximately eleven acres, containing nearly 1,000 trees. The NPS has already removed 250 trees in recent years.
There are many animals and plants even trees in the rainforest going extinct so now you can help!
Also Malaysia is the top palm oil producer (44%) and Indonesia is second with 36 %!
Campaign to stop Bolton Council cutting down 33 lime trees which form a beautiful green avenue between Queens Park and Heaton Cemetery, Bolton.
The Philippine National Bamboo Congress was held in Iligan City last 05-07 August 2009 and was participated in by 176 delegates coming from all over the country and this petition expresses the desire of 100% of the participants in their collective desire to help address the problems on climate change and massive poverty in the country.
It has been established during this congress that bamboo could be the best solution to address the two problems because of the natural properties of bamboo like:
1. It is the fastest growing plant in the planet.
2. It is more highly sustainable compared to trees.
3. It is the best substitute for wood.
4. It has lots of uses like food, construction material, clothing, charcoal, source of many chemicals, and it is the best source of bio-fuel/oil/diesel.
5. It is the best for carbon sequestration as it absorbs 35% more carbon dioxide and also emits 35% more oxygen compared to trees. It is noteworthy that if only the world will go into massive bamboo planting, the problem on climate change will be solved in only a span of 6 years.
6. Income from bamboo farming is 4 times more than that of rice farming.
7. It has one of the best industry potential. China's income from bamboo last year was US$15 billion.
Nobody will go into bamboo farming, however, considering their sad experience in tree farming. After waiting for 10 long years for the trees he planted in his own titled private farm to be ready for harvest, it is only then that he finds out that he could not harvest, transport and sell freely his crops as he will be required to apply for permits to cut and transport from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Add to that the many inconveniences along the way like check (cash) points that will ask for money and if he will have to ship his logs via sea freight, he will also have to contend with the Customs which will be another extortion point. Thus, that became the first and last attempt at tree farming. Sadly, the same hostile parameters also apply to bamboo farming.
This is utterly wrong as tree and bamboo farming are supposed to be agricultural activities and that since they are planted, they should not be considered as natural resources. These then should not be under the jurisdiction of the DENR but should be under the Department of Agriculture (DA). That is just why it is call tree "farming" or agro-forestry (agro for agriculture). This is the way tree farming is done in the U.S.A. and other countries.
And since they are planted in private lands, they should be considered as private property and it will then follow that the tree/bamboo farmer need not get any permit to dispose of his private property as guaranteed in the constitution as embodied in the following:
1. Jus fruendi - Right to the yield of plants or soil.
2. Jus dispondi - Right to dispose of a thing.
3. Jus rerum - Right of things.
4. Jus jabendi - Right to have and enjoy a thing.
5. Jus habendi - Right to property, title. Right of a person in a thing that belongs to him. This is a complete and full right.