A rural settlement is a sparsely populated community that exists in the country, away from densely populated urban centers. "Rural" means "of or relating to the country." More »

For purposes of regulating outdoor advertising and classifying highways, the Federal Highway Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation defines rural areas as locales situated outside areas with populations ... More »

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National Geographic defines a rural area as an open swath of land that has few homes or other buildings and not very many people. Population density of rural areas is very low, and the primary industry in most rural area... More »

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To prepare for the Canadian citizenship test, consider taking a citizenship class offered by English as a Second Language programs, settlement agencies and community centers, according to Settlement.org. Citizenship and ... More »

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Class members who successfully had filled claims on the settlement that was reached between certain African American farmers and the U.S. Department of Agriculture began receiving payments in September 2013, according to... More »

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Information on a settlement form includes case information and the terms of the settlement. Litigants may also include legal language that divides up the cost of attorney fees and requires the litigants to keep settlemen... More »

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The Indian Trust settlement is the resolution of the class-action lawsuit Cobell v. Salazar, which was brought against the federal government of the United States by Native American plaintiffs. This lawsuit was filed in ... More »

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