Shocking Facts of Top 20 People Who Own Islands ద్వీపాలనే సొంతం చేసుకున్న 20 మంది కుబేరులు With CC

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Shocking and Unbelievable Facts of Top 20 People’s unrevealed Private Islands || ద్వీపాలనే సొంతం చేసుకున్న 20 మంది అపర కుబేరులు || With Subtitles

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Private islands

A private island is a disconnected body of land wholly owned by a single private citizen or corporation. Although this exclusivity gives the owner substantial control over the property, private islands remain under the jurisdiction of national and sometimes local governments.

Compared to property on the mainland, an island property has much more restricted access, both by potential trespassers and by the residents, who need to transport all supplies by boat or aircraft. Livestock has often been kept on islands, because an island is a natural enclosure, preventing the escape of cattle and sheep.

There are many thousands of uninhabited islands in the world with potential for commercial development of tourist resorts or private recreational use. Commercial development of uninhabited islands can raise ecological concerns, as many have a fragile environment. Some islands can be bought undeveloped, while others already have roads and/or houses. Islands are also available for rent. Some celebrities have their own private islands.

There are widely varying government policies regarding private islands: for instance, islands off the coast of China, like any other land within the country, cannot be purchased outright, but only leased from the government for a maximum period of 50 years. Virtually all islands in the world are claimed and governed by some national government. That nation’s laws apply, and any attempt by the owner to claim sovereignty would generally be unrealistic. Nevertheless, some people still try to set up their own micro nations on islands, like real-estate millionaire Michael Oliver’s attempt at building a libertarian city-state called the Republic of Minerva in the southern Pacific Ocean.

“Private” islands in the United Kingdom, Brazil, Chile and other countries are not legally entirely private – any foreshore, such as a beach, is owned by the state, and is hence publicly accessible property, despite what the owners of the land on the island may wish to claim. The same applies to freedom to roam in Nordic countries: only the yard of a house and the immediate vicinity is legally protected against trespassing, and the water bodies around the island are freely navigable.

List of high profile island owners

Gianni Agnelli, Estate of – Dino Island off the Calabria
Pamela Anderson – Greece in The World, United Arab Emirates
Bacardi family – Near Grenada
Marlon Brando – Tetiaroa, French Polynesia
Sir Richard Branson – Necker Island & Moskito Island, British Virgin Islands; and Make peace Island Australia.
Raymond Burr – Naitoumba, Fiji
Nicolas Cage – Leaf Cay, Bahamas
David Copperfield – Musha Cay, Bahamas
Edward de Bono – Green Island – Australia, Tessera – Italy, Reklusia – Bahamas.
Johnny Depp – Little Hall’s Pond Cay, Bahamas.
Leonardo DiCaprio – Blackadore Caye, Belize
Celine Dion – Île Gagnon, Quebec.

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