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LTHLunds Tekniska Högskola (University in Lund, Sweden)
LTHLow to High (Blu-ray Disc)
LTHLithuanian (language)
LTHLembaga Tabung Haji (Malay: Fund Board)
LTHLethality (gaming clan)
LTHLearn to Hunt (Wisconsin)
LTHLactogenic Hormone
LTHLength Field
LTHLeft Hand Thread
LTHLuteotropic Hormone
LTHLeeds Teaching Hospital (primary care trust; UK)
LTHLegal Title Holder
LTHLink Theory Holdings (fashion retail; Japan)
LTHLight Towed Howitzer
LTHLepidoptera of Thailand
LTHLittle Three Happiness (Chinese restaurant, Chicago, Illinois)
LTHLicenciaat in de Tandheelkunde (Dutch: Degree in Dentistry; Belgium)
LTHLicence in Theology (academic qualification)
LTHLa Tyrie Héroïque (online game guild)
LTHLinear Time Heuristic (Algorithm)
LTHLetters to Home (band)
LTHLauncher Transport Head
LTHLethality & Target Hardening
LTHLinearized Time-Dependent Hartree
LTHLove, Truth, and Honor (Sigma Nu International Fraternity)
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For several centuries after William the Conqueror initiated the feudal system in England (1066), all that existed in common law England relating to the ownership of land were the concepts clustering around the idea of feudal tenure which would evolve into legal title.(41) During this time there was considerable evolution as to the scope of power assertable by the private owner (legal title holder).
It is not like a trust in the sense that in this case the legal title holder, the father, can dispose of the title of the horse without regard to the interests of the daughter.
In effect, there is a reversion of title back to the legal title holder. It is meaningless to talk of duty to the animal after it is dead; it is then no different than a rock.
However, as this Article seeks to establish that living beings are different from non-living entities, the primary obligation of the legal title holder will not be financial accountability, but "being" accountability.
Today the owners of equitable interests in a trust may bring an action to question the actions or inaction of the legal title holder of trust property, the trustee.