The magicians at C Seed have just managed to develop the world’s largest 4K widescreen TV called theC Seed 262. Excellent news for the happy few whose living room is huge enough to accommodate a display with a world record diagonal of 262 inches or 6,65 meters: You can stop thinking big and start thinking giant. Bragging about a world record diagonal length of 262 inches (6.65 m), a width of 20.16 ft (6.14m) and a height of 8.44 ft (2.57m), this incredible TV set also features a motorized custom fabric cover that can fold away at the push of a button..
Landowners and county reeves say they had to fight for both rent and even municipal tax payments from a growing number of energy producers.Those fights have resulted in drawn out legal battles with companies farmers and ranchers once considered partners, while counties with massive municipal property tax arrears are being forced to dip into savings to balance their budgets or pass additional costs onto residents, who are sometimes the same farmers dealing with unpaid oil and gas rents.The problem has become so widespread that applications to the Surface Rights Board, the provincial tribunal that assists landowners, occupants and operators resolve disputes about surface access and compensation, to recover unpaid rents have soared.More than 2,500 applications were made in the first nine months of 2019 compared to 505 motions in all of 2014. The number of applications so far in 2019 has already surpassed the entire 2018 total of 2,410.board is swamped, said Daryl Bennett, a farmer and advocate for landowners in the Municipal District of Taber, just east of Lethbridge.He said landowners are forced to wait years for payment decisions as a result of the glut of applications and some long awaited decisions are rendered with of mistakes since the board does not have the staff required to properly deal with the volume of complaints.One thing is clear: the delinquent payments are exposing fissures in Alberta rural communities.Farmers and ranchers own the surface rights to the land, while oil and gas companies own the mineral rights beneath the surface. Contracts in years past were negotiated to allow both sides to profit as farmers and ranchers could earn rental income by allowing exploration and production companies to put drilling rigs and pump jacks on their lands and exploit any reserves.When the lease payments stop either due to bankruptcy or companies looking to reduce their rent landowners don have the luxury of handing out an eviction notice.